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    • 08 March 2014
    • 07 September 2014
    • Balcony Gallery

    Whisper of the Stars: Traditional Life in Arctic Siberia

    Stunning photographic exhibition portraying the traditional life of indigenous peoples across the remote Russian Arctic.

    • 15 February 2014
    • 02 November 2014
    • Temporary Exhibition Space
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    Our new family friendly exhibition offers budding explorers the chance to find out how animals and plants survive in extreme environments.

    Get up close to some extreme animals, try to keep up with the drinking speed of a camel, or see how much fat you have compared to a seal.

    • 26 March 2011
    • 01 September 2014
    • Balcony Gallery

    The Art of Harmony

    With musical instruments on loan from the V&A and the Horniman, The Art of Harmony explores traditions of Western classical music and instruments as makers of music, works of art and emblems of social status.

    • 27 July 2014
    • 31 August 2014
    • Music Gallery

    Great Animal Orchestra: Natural Soundscapes by Bernie Krause

    Explore nature's music and hear the fascinating sounds of animals, birds and insects from around the world in this free sound installation.

    • 07 July 2014
    • 28 September 2014
    • Centenary Gallery

    OBJECT in FOCUS: Haida

    Special temporary display on the Balcony Gallery of a model totem pole and panel pipe as part of the Object in Focus series.

    • 01 June 2014
    • 31 August 2014
    • Balcony Gallery

    OBJECT in FOCUS: Cyprus carnival mask

    Special temporary display in the Balcony Gallery of a large carnival mask from Cyprus, as part of the Object in Focus series.

    • 26 May 2014
    • 14 September 2014
    • Gardens

    Extremes Garden

    Discover the amazing adaptations plants have made to survive some of the most extreme conditions on earth.

    Themed planting in the Horniman Gardens includes cacti and succulents from exceptionally hot environments, linked to the Horniman’s Extremes exhibition.