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  • Free, drop in

    • 11am - 12.30pm

    Lewisham Healthy Walks

    Our Gardens host a Healthy Walk by the Lewisham Healthy Walks group every Thursday from 11.00-11.45am. Members of the group can join a monthly tea and talk. Stay after the walk to meet staff and learn a little more about the work of the museum.

  • Tickets needed

    • 2.30pm - 4.30pm

    Music Matters

    Have you ever wanted to know more about Classical music but haven't known where to start? Do you love Classical music and want to talk about it with others? This relaxed 10 week course is for you!

  • Tickets needed

    • 7pm - 9pm

    Raise the Roof

    Come and sing songs from jazz to gospel, from old crooners to contemporary pop. We welcome everyone – all you need are vocal cords!


  • Free

    • 28 November 2015
    • 24 January 2016
    • Temporary Exhibition Space

    Collected and Possessed

    Free exhibition of Mark Fairnington's paintings alongside their inspiration, our Natural History Collection's taxidermy treasures.

  • 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

    • 10 July 2015
    • 06 December 2015
    • Natural History Gallery


    A series of individually painted panels by artist Edward Chell inspired by cyanotypes and plants from our museum and gardens

  • Free

    • 04 October 2014
    • 01 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.