Works on the Urban Nature Project at the Natural History Museum have begun!

Transformation of the NHM’s five acre gardens as part of the Urban Nature Project are now underway. It will be turned into a welcoming, accessible and biologically diverse green space in the heart of London, including the newly improved wildlife garden acting as a living research laboratory, an immersive journey through the evolution of life on Earth and a learning and activity centre. In order to protect and preserve the well-established wildlife garden, the team have been working closely with scientists and gardeners to help maintain and eventually boost the urban biodiversity already present on site. Read more about the project and the latest progress here.