EXHIBITIONS

Thousands of tropical butterflies have come to the glasshouse at Royal Horticultural Society’s garden at Wisley
An exhibition by Stephen Turner explores the natural life of Britain’s waterways, and how you can make a lot out of something little
How we present and view animals isn’t as objective as it may seem. A new Wellcome Collection exhibition explores how we organise and create order amid the chaos of the natural world
New collaborations between the Department of War Studies at King’s College London and three international artists yield a fascinating glimpse into a multitude of multimedia vantage points on the impact of conflict
A new exhibition at The Map House reminds us how important maps have historically been in communicating stories of international warfare
A two-part exhibition of Edward Burtynsky’s photographs finds connections through the enormous scale of industry, infrastructure and human impact
A new installation at Kew Gardens gives visitors a hands (or teeth)-on chance to interact with the secret life of bees
The latest Natural History Museum exhibition provides visitors with the ability to ‘experience nature’s diverse beauty in colour and vision’

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