It’s almost winter so for our November event we’ve decided to stay indoors for a change! We’re arranging a group visit to the acclaimed Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at London's Natural History Museum to enjoy this year’s award-winning images – and get some inspiration for our own!
Further details about the exhibition are available at the NHM website :-http://www.nhm.ac.uk/visit/exhibitions/wildlife-photographer-of-the-year-52.html
After the exhibition for those that wish to join us, we’ll cross the road to enjoy the delights of the V&A café.
Individual tickets for this exhibition (peak saver time slot) cost £10.50 adult (17-59) or £6.50 concessions (60+, Student, Unemployed) plus a booking fee of £1.50 if you book online. However, if we book in advance for a group of 10 or more we are able to obtain a 15% discount on these prices (and also avoid you paying the online booking fee).
Tickets will be booked for the 10:30am timeslot. We will meet outside the main entrance to the museum for 10:15am and enter the museum together as a group, which means that we don’t need to join the main queue. Please be punctual!
In order to obtain the discounted price you must BOOK AND PAY for this by MONDAY 31st OCTOBER.
Anyone wishing to join us for this visit after that date will need to book their own individual ticket.
If we do not have 10 people signed up for this visit by the date above we will be unable to go ahead with the group booking. In this case those who have paid will be refunded and all participants will need to buy their own individual ticket.
It may be possible to buy a ticket on the day but as this is a popular exhibition advance booking is recommended.
The Natural History Museum
London SW7 5BD
The main entrance to the museum is accessed through the East Gardens entrance on the corner of Exhibition Road and Cromwell Road. We will meet outside the entrance to the museum at 10:15 am.
The nearest Tube station is South Kensington on the District, Piccadilly and Circle lines. The station is approximately five minutes’ walk from the Museum.
Routes 14, 49, 70, 74, 345, 360, 414, 430 and C1 stop close to the Museum.