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This beautiful publication accompanies Edward Chell’s exhibition Bloom, open until 6th December 2015
Tempt Your Taste Buds with a Tea Trail Around London
The Horniman Gardens are among 1,582 venues that today receive a prestigious Green Flag Award.
This summer, the Horniman Museum and Gardens will be hosting a vibrant African Summer of events.
New, atmospheric photographs of some of south London’s most beautiful parks, green spaces and natural areas are to go on display at the Horniman Museum and Gardens.
Pop-up gardens, musical vegetables and the most dangerous garden for cats and dogs – all this and more is on offer at the Horniman Museum and Gardens for the Chelsea Fringe festival.
Art lovers in South London and further afield have helped us smash our target to fund a new exhibition – Collected and Possessed – which will go ahead in November 2015.
We have only a few days left to raise the £9,500 to fund Collected and Possessed, an exhibition of paintings of taxidermy specimens and artefacts.
A collection of live corals has travelled from South East Asia to South East London, as part of a pioneering project.
We've unveiled a new look to the entrance of our Natural History Gallery, inviting visitors to explore our fascination with nature through new displays.
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