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Events

  • Horniman Farmers' Market

    A locally sourced and locally sold weekly farmers' market selling a variety of produce, hot food and more in our Gardens.

    Free

    Every Saturday morning

    • 9am - 1.30pm
  • Hands On Family Workshops

    Touch real museum objects and discover them with your family in these popular sessions for families of all kinds.

    Free, ticketed

    Every Saturday from 13 February 2016 to 28 May 2016
    (Except 19 March 2016, 26 March 2016)

    • 11.45am - 12.30pm
    • 1pm - 1.45pm
  • Art Makers

    Have fun with art skills and exciting techniques to create something fabulous to take home inspired by the Horniman’s collections or seasonal celebrations.

    Buy on day

    Every Saturday from 20 February 2016 to 28 May 2016
    (Except 19 March 2016, 26 March 2016)

    • 1.30pm - 2.15pm
    • 2.45pm - 3.30pm

Exhibitions

  • Tickets needed

    • 13 February 2016
    • 30 October 2016
    • Temporary Exhibition Space

    Dinosaurs: Monster Families

    Discover the fascinating world of dinosaurs and their young in this family-focused interactive exhibition.

  • Free

    • 19 December 2015
    • 21 February 2016
    • Natural History Gallery

    London's Urban Jungle

    Free display exploring the fascinating work of Charles Jamrach, one of Victorian London's leading exotic animals dealers.

  • Free

    • 03 October 2015
    • 10 April 2016
    • Balcony Gallery

    Project Tobong

    A vibrant display of theatrical portraits of the Ketoprak Tobong Kelana Bakti Budaya, one of the last remaining nomadic theatre troupes in Yogyakarta, Java.

  • Free

    • 26 September 2015
    • 06 March 2016
    • Gallery Square

    Animal Kingdom

    A collection of mesmerising Natural History images by artist Jim Naughten, brought to three-dimensional life through stereoscopic photography

  • Free

    • 04 October 2014
    • 18 September 2016
    • Balcony Gallery

    Revisiting Romania: Dress and Identity

    Exploring how Romanian folk art has been used to express social and political ideas within the village and on the national and international stage.