The Wildlife Garden at the Natural History Museum
(Photo: Justina Burnett)
Opened in 1995 as the Natural History Museum’s first living and working exhibition, the Wildlife Garden reveals a range of British lowland habitats, including deciduous woodland, chalk meadow, heathland, reed bed and ponds.
An educational resource for visitors of all ages, the garden demonstrates the potential for wildlife conservation in the inner city. To date, around 3,000 species of plant and animal have been recorded by scientists and volunteers at the museum. Escape the city and wander through the tranquil habitats of the garden for free!
Winner of the London in Bloom Meadows Award 2016 and a Green Flag holder.
- Saturday 10:00–17:00
+ Sunday 10:00–17:00
Via main entrance to Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road; admission is free.
Nearest postcode: SW7 5BD
- 14, 70, 74, 345, 360, 414, 430, C1
- South Kensington
- Cycle hire station:
- Natural History Museum (Map)
- Toilet on site.
- Disabled access from Exhibition Road.
- Working assistance dogs only