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Events

  • Music Matters! 2017

    Join a group of adult music-lovers who meet every week at the Museum to listen to music and learn about musical traditions inspired by the Horniman collections.

    Free, drop in

    Every Thursday from 20 April 2017 to 6 July 2017
    (Except 1 June 2017)

    • 3pm - 4.30pm
  • Horniman Farmers' Market

    Our weekly Farmers’ Market sells seasonal fruit and veg, artisan bread, organic meat, hot food and more from independent and local producers.

    Free

    Every Saturday morning

    • 9am - 1.30pm
  • Hands On Base: Family Activities

    Discover the collections that make the Horniman special in our Hands on Base! Explore and touch real things from African masks to sharks jaws.

    Free, ticketed

    Select Saturdays throughout the year

    • 11.00am - 11.30am
    • 11.45am - 12.15pm
    • 12.30pm - 1pm
  • Art Makers

    Have fun with art skills and exciting techniques to create something fabulous to take home inspired by the Horniman’s collections or seasonal celebrations.

    Buy on day

    Select Saturdays throughout the year

    • 1.30pm - 2.15pm
    • 2.45pm - 3.30pm

Exhibitions

  • Free

    • 20 May 2017
    • 26 November 2017
    • Natural History Gallery

    Pani

    Explore the complex relationships between people and water in South Asia in this thought-provoking display.

  • Free, drop in

    • 20 May 2017
    • 24 September 2017
    • Gallery Square

    India Unplugged

    This photography exhibition showcasing the diversity of traditional music in India.

  • Tickets needed

    • 11 February 2017
    • 29 October 2017
    • Temporary Exhibition Space

    The Robot Zoo

    Where amazing animals are recreated in robot form to reveal their inner workings.

  • Free, drop in

    • 17 May 2017
    • 03 September 2017
    • Natural History Gallery

    Bengal Tiger

    A stunning taxidermy Bengal Tiger is on display in the Natural History Gallery.