Colour and Vision, Natural History Museum
Discover colour and vision at the Natural History Museum, an exhibition exploring the evolution of vision and the role color played in animals survival. Starting 565 million years ago, the exhibition journeys across 350 rare specimens, from birds to fossils of the first organisms with eyes. Explore the meaning of colour with an amazing light installation by Liz West and admire the spectacular colours of nature that make up all the colors of the rainbow. Color and Vision Exhibition is shown at the Natural History Museum London between 15 July and 6 November 2016.
- Adult: £10.80
- Child and concession: £5.40
- Family: £27.00
- Members, Patrons and children under four: FREE
N.B. The main exhibitions at the Natural History Museum are free of charge to the public!
Open daily 10.00-17.50
Last entry 17.30
Closed 24-26 December
how to get to the natural history museum:
The Natural History Museum is located in London’s museum neighbourhood. The closest tube station is South Kensington (5 minutes walk) which runs on the District, Piccadilly and Circle lines.
Routes 14, 49, 70, 74, 345, 360, 414, 430 and C1 stop close to the Museum.