Wildlife Photographer of the Year at the Natural History Museum (to 26 April)

42_thumbSee the environment around you with new eyes and be inspired by the latest winning entries in the world’s most prestigious showcase of wildlife photography.

Wildlife Photographer of the Year is owned by the Natural History Museum and BBC Wildlife Magazine. The annual competition is the international leader in the artistic representation of the natural world.

The exhibition of winners showcases the very best photographic images of nature, giving visitors an insight into the beauty, drama and variety of our natural environment.

The stunning exhibition of winning images launches at the Natural History Museum and then tours the UK and overseas. Through an interactive installation, visitors to the exhibition can find out what the judges, photographers and Museum scientists think about each image. In addition, visitors can select their favourite image and choose from a selection of prints to buy for their home.

Dates and times:
To 26 April 2009

Adults £7
Children and concessions £3.50
Family ticket £18 (up to two adults and up to three children)
Free for Members, Patrons and children aged three and under

For more information:
See our Attractions page on the Natural History Museum