Find out which animals are venomous, how creatures use their venom, and the ways in which people have used it for their own purposes with Venom: Killer and Cure at Natural History Museum.
Featuring a host of specimens, from snakes and spiders to the duck-billed platypus, this exhibition lets you discover the effects of venom through the eyes of both predator and prey. Gaze at the head of a Gaboon viper, the snake with the world’s largest venom fangs; learn about a flower urchin that can temporarily paralyse a human; and even face your fears by studying a live venomous specimen.
You’ll also uncover some medical marvels, as you find out how venom has been used throughout modern medicine, including treatment for diabetes and impotence.
|Adult Ticket||£9.00 (USD 12.59) to £10.50 (USD 14.69) per ticket|
|Child Ticket (4 to 16 years old)||£5.00 (USD 7.00) to £6.50 (USD 9.09) per ticket|
|Family Ticket||£18.00 (USD 25.18) to £29.75 (USD 41.62) per ticket|
|Concession Ticket||£5.00 (USD 7.00) to £6.50 (USD 9.09) per ticket|
Venue Details & Map
Cromwell RoadLondonSW7 5BD
- +44 (0)20 7942 5000
- Public transport:
- Tube: South Kensington Train: Victoria/Paddington. Either use pedestrian tunnel from South Kensington station and exit where signposted or access via Exhibition Road.