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The Horniman Museum and Gardens' vision is to use our worldwide collections and the Gardens to encourage a wider appreciation of the World, its peoples and their cultures, 

Stephanie Hay

PR & Media Officer

Monday - Wednesday

Alison McKay

PR & Media Officer

Tuesday - Friday

press@horniman.ac.uk

02082918166

Press releases and Listings

You can download press releases about the Horniman’s work, collections, exhibitions and events.
A listing of all our current events is available on our events pages.
To be added to our mailing list please contact us using the contact details above.

Images

You can download a selection of images for media use.
Please ensure photographers are credited - credit details are included in file names.

Please contact us if you need images for specific events or exhibitions.

Spokespeople

Many of the Horniman’s curators and experts are available for comment and interview, covering topics including marine biology, world cultures, gardening, the animal world and the history of music making and instruments. Find out more about our spokespeople.

Editorial filming and photography

To arrange editorial filming and photography featuring the Horniman’s work, exhibitions or collections, please complete our enquiry form and send it to press@horniman.ac.uk.

Location filming and photography

Please contact venuehire@horniman.ac.uk or 020 8291 8161 to arrange commercial filming and photography.

Find out more about our locations and spaces.

Image licensing

Please contact web@horniman.ac.uk to arrange image licensing for non-media use (eg. books, products, etc).

Anthropology redevelopment

Please note that the African Worlds and Centenary Galleries are now closed until spring 2018 while we develop a new World Gallery and The Studio. For latest news about the project visit our Anthropology Redisplay page or contact the press office.

Photography for personal use

Visitors are welcome to photograph and film in the Museum and Gardens on a small scale for personal use. See the Planning Your Visit pages for more information.