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Accessible morning visits to Wildlife Photographer of the Year

10AM to 11AM
Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road. View map

Experience breathtaking photography away from our busy daytime crowds at one of our relaxed early morning sessions, designed specifically for our disabled and neurodiverse visitors.

With a reduced capacity, careful lighting and low noise levels, these sessions are a perfect opportunity to explore the planet’s habitats, from sprawling urban metropolises to the deep polar seas, and meet the creatures that rely on these places.

Come face to face with species at risk of extinction as well as those we’ve brought back from the brink. See first-hand how human activities, both good and bad, are shaping the natural world we rely on.

With soundscapes, videos, expert insights and stunning photography, you’ll leave not only awe-inspired by the beauty and diversity of nature but also hopefully with a renewed drive to do what you can to protect it.

Event details

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Natural History Museum



Disabled adult: £12.00 - £14.00
Disabled child: £7.25 - £8.50
Companion ticket: Free

Event Repeats


This event repeats on the following dates:

Venue and Accessibility


Accessible building
Accessible toilets
Parking facilities
Please enter any further details about your accessibility / specialist support

Very limited number of parking spaces on site for Blue Badge holders. Availability cannot be guaranteed. Please book in advance by calling: +44 (0)20 7942 5000. You can access these spaces via Queen's Gate, SW7 5HD, to the west of the Museum.


Who to contact to discuss inclusion and taking part if you are a child or young person with special educational needs or a disability.

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Event reminders

You can send yourself a reminder email three days prior to events taking place. 'Accessible morning visits to Wildlife Photographer of the Year' took place on 17 February 2024.

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