Treasures of the Natural World brings the awe and wonder of the Natural History Museum in London through the best of our collections, compelling storytelling and rich media.
Fascinating and rare objects and specimens will inspire visitors to explore how our collection has been, and still is, used to build our understanding of the natural world. Film and text will reveal the captivating stories behind every carefully chosen object. CGI will surprise and delight, bringing the Museum’s unique collections vividly to life.
Scientific, cultural and historical narrative threads weave through these treasures. They follow expeditions crucial in increasing our understanding of the natural world. They tell of great scientific discoveries past and present. They bring to life scientific pioneers and important historical figures.
Available Package Options
Collection and interpretation
More Details About Technical Requirements
Developed as a package for a 1,000-metre-squared (10,763-square-feet) display space, the exhibition consists of the following components:
More than 200 star objects from the Natural History Museum’s expansive collections, with bespoke mounts.
Full text of the exhibition, including section and sub-section panels, labels for objects and supporting images.
Digital media assets: scene-setting digital projection, exhibition film, two touchscreens, CGI film clips.
Set of fine art crates for the objects to travel to and from the venue.
A selection of related retail and publishing products for purchase as an optional add-on package.
NOTE: The Natural History Museum will prepare the specimens for travel in fine art crates and install/exit at the hosting venue. Hosting institutions are responsible for producing the 3D and 2D designs for the exhibition, as well as supplying and installing the showcases and set works to security and conservation specifications.