Natural History Museum Wildlife Garden

Nestled in the southwest corner of the Natural History Museum Grounds, in the Wildlife Garden is a range of British lowland habitats including woodland, meadow and ponds. It was created in 1995 as the Museum’s first living exhibition and shows the potential for wildlife conservation in the inner city. It is an excellent educational resource promoting an understanding of the balance and relationships between plants and animals. Many of their scientists help study the ecology of the garden.


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