Embark on an adventure of discovery as treasures of the natural world from the prestigious Natural History Museum London come alive to take you back in time on expeditions that broke scientific grounds and made history.
ArtScience Museum brings the very best from the museum’s rich and important collection in this hotly anticipated exhibition that showcases the most significant treasures of the natural world. Hand-picked from over 80 million specimens, over 200 of the museum’s star objects will travel to Southeast Asia for the very first time. Selected for their historical and scientific importance, each prized treasure is a marvel that reveals a story of adventure and exploration defined by curiosity and discovery. Featured in this exhibition are scientific specimens and animals from the natural world, boasting a rich record of nature, works of art, gems and minerals, and the manuscript and collection belonging to some of the world's greatest scientists, including both Charles Darwin and Alfred Russell Wallace, discoverers of evolutionary biology as we know it today.
The Natural History Museum in London is the custodian of one of the most scientifically significant natural history collections in the world. One of Britain’s most beloved civic institutions, the Museum looks after a wealth of objects that have helped scientists re-interpret our own existence and relationship to the natural world. The value of these treasured objects goes far beyond their price. Together, they have the potential to unlock answers to the mysteries of the past and the biggest questions our species and our planet might face in the future.
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