Butterflies brighten up the Natural History Museum this spring

Released on: January 28, 2014, 10:38 am
Industry: Travel, Entertainment

Tickets now on sale for Sensational Butterflies exhibition on the lawn outside the museum in South Kensington

-- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Tickets are now on sale for  Sensational Butterflies, an interactive exhibition at the Natural History Museum that allows visitors to wander among hundreds of beautiful free-flying creatures. The family friendly exhibition returns to the Natural History Museum in South Kensington for a sixth year (3rd April 14th September), housed in a specially constructed tropical enclosure on the museum's east lawn. The exhibition explores the life cycle of one of nature's most fascinating creatures from crawling caterpillar to beautiful butterfly. It is one of the most popular annual features of the Natural History Museum's programme and tickets cost £5.50. For more on this and other events at the museum, see, which is the best website for information on London events, exhibitions, hotels, restaurants and bars.

At Sensational Butterflies, visitors get the chance to through the butterfly house where they can spot caterpillar eggs waiting to hatch and get close to silk-like chrysalises in which caterpillars will be undergoing metamorphosis. There will also be the spectacular sight of being surrounded by hundreds of adult butterflies and moths, including species from all over the globe. The enclosure therefore offers a captivating insight into the science behind these colourful creatures and their unique life cycle. Visitors can then visit the Natural History Museum proper, where they can see world-class collections of plants, animals and minerals, including state-of-the-art animatronic dinosaurs, the legendary skeleton of a diplodocus and the lifesize model of a blue whale. For more on this and other events at the Natural History Museum, see for the latest news and updates.

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