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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition Tickets

24 October 2014 - 30 August 2015
at Natural History Museum
24

Oct

Event Information

With amazing shots of the natural world and wild animals, the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition comes round again.

With amazing shots of the natural world and wild animals, the Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition comes round again for 2014 - 15 with a stunning exhibition of the contestants' work at the Natural History Museum. Nature on show One of the most prestigious and innovative photography competitions of its kind, the 2013 Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition showcases the very best in photographic images of the natural world. With amazing images of wildlife including animals, birds, plants, trees, insects and the natural landscape, this exhibition is a stunning collection of the work produced by the world's best photographers. Popular exhibition Over 134,000 people visited the Wildlife Photographer exhibition last year, and even more are expected for this year's show. Having grown in popularity over the past 50 years, this yearly collection of beautiful photographs has now grown to have contributions from around the world. The 14/15 show aims to break all previous records with larger format images housed in a bigger than ever gallery. Photographic skill Giving visitors an insight into the beauty, drama and variety of the natural world, the photos on show highlight the skills of the most talented photographers whilst reminding the viewer of the amazing wonder of the animals and wildlife that surrounds us. From the humble beetle to the vastness of the Grand Canyon, the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition displays the achievements of the photographer in capturing a precise moment in all its glory. Natural History Museum The winning images are on display at the Natural History Museum until summer 2015 before they tour around the UK and the rest of the world, allowing the photos to be seen in their native homes. With an exciting interactive installation, both kids and families can find out what the judges thought of the photos and hear from scientists and the photographers themselves about the subject matter of the photographs. Visitors to the Natural History Museum will also have the chance to vote for their own personal favourite image from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition and choose from a selection of prints to take home. Fun day out Full of some of the most amazing photos you will ever see, the Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at the Natural History Museum is a fantastic show that will be enjoyed by fans of photography as well as those fascinated by the natural world. Highlights of this year's show include a flock of geese by Jasper Doest, an amazing blue jellyfish by Matthew Smith, an eagle taking flight from a tree by Doug Brown and an leaping Arctic fox by Jim Brandenburg, so you can be sure of some even more impressive photography. The Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition takes place from Friday 24th October 2014 - Sunday 30th August 2014. The gallery is open 10am - 5.50pm daily. Adult tickets are £12.60, while child tickets cost £6.30. To book your tickets in advance, click on the link below. Natural History Museum Official Site Image: Steven Kovacs, Father’s Little Mouthful. Copyright Steven Kovacs / Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2012.


Ticket Prices

£6.30 - £12.60