Topic: Natural History Museum
Kids in Museums’ workshop development manager, Kim Biddulph, went along to a new permanent exhibition at the Natural History Museum that charts the development of us as a species.
The exciting discoveries of Homo floresiensis (‘The Hobbit’) and Homo naledi, as well as the genetic studies of Neanderthals that show our … Read more
Added: February 8, 2016Comments: 0
This December David Attenborough will be back on our screens for a special series about his return to the Great Barrier Reef after almost 60 years. To mark this occasion the Natural History Museum have collaborated with Atlantic Productions to create a 360° virtual reality experience. Kids in Museums’ Project … Read more
Added: December 27, 2015Comments: 0
The Natural History Museum’s announcement that the much-loved Diplodocus dinosaur ‘skeleton’ (it’s actually a plaster-cast model) affectionately known as ‘Dippy’ would be moving after 35 years has caused quite the stir among museum fans.
From summer 2017 a vast skeleton of a blue whale will welcome visitors as the central … Read more
Added: January 31, 2015Comments: 0
With the recent excitement in the media about 850,000 year old footprints found in Happisburgh in Norfolk (the earliest known outside Africa), one of Kids in Museums’ volunteers, Kim Biddulph, was very keen to visit the new exhibition at the Natural History Museum charting (nearly) a million years of human … Read more
Added: February 18, 2014Comments: 2
So, what does happen when all the visitors go home? What’s it like to spend a night in a museum? Kids in Museums volunteer, Mar Dixon found out at the Natural History Museum’s Dinosnore event…
In April, myself, my daughter Charlotte and three of her friends travelled to London to sleep … Read more
Added: May 9, 2012Comments: 1