The Deep Sea Exhibition at the Natural History is the ideal way to entertain the children on a wet summers afternoon.
This exhibition offers a real feel for the deep sea abyss and the creatures that live there. It’s really quite staggering to investigate the world 11,000 metres under the ocean, an area of earth that is less explored than the moon’s surface. Exhibits include strange creatures, weird and wonderful deep sea pictures and some real specimens.
Also explore the deep sea exhibition with NaturePlus an interactive kiosk to help visitors explore The Deep Sea at home online.
Select the items that interest you and enter your email address to save the content you’ve chosen to your own personal web pages on NaturePlus.
Back at home, log in or register with NaturePlus to access the content that interested you and continue your journey. You’ll be able to find out more how important the deep sea is, the challenges faced by the creatures that live there, see virtual specimens and videos, and join in discussions in our online forums. You can even win a volunteering holiday in Kenya.
The exhibition is open until 5th September.
Open 10.00 – 17.30 daily; last admission 17.00
Adult £8, Child and concession £4.50, Family £22. Pupil in school group £3.50. Free to Members, Patrons and children aged 3 and under.
The Wyndham Grand Hotel, Chelsea Harbour is ideally positioned for a stay whilst visiting this amazing exhibition. For information on bookings click here.