European Wildlife Photographer of the Year: Saturday 26 November 2016 to Sunday 15 January 2017
This exhibition features all the winning photographs in the European Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2015 competition. The 84 exceptional images showcase the beauty and diversity of the natural world, capturing unique moments such as a new-born seal’s first glimpse of the world and an ant’s tiny landscape magnified into a colourful ‘fairyland’. The exhibition also includes overall winner Richard Peters’ photograph of an urban fox, ‘Shadow Walker’.

The European Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest is owned by the GDT-Society of German Photographers.

Memorial. A Tribute to Taxidermy: Saturday 22 October 2016 to Monday 1 May 2017
Ethical taxidermist Jazmine Miles-Long challenges ideas and perceptions of this art and craft. Inspired by pieces selected from the Horniman’s historic collection, Jazmine pays tribute to the unknown craftsmen of the past to produce a series of painstakingly beautiful works that explore the journey from taxidermist to museum.

Horniman Farmers’ MarketEvery Saturday (from 7 January)
Our weekly Farmers’ Market sells locally sourced vegetables, meat, bread, flowers, hot food and much more in our glorious Gardens.
Free entry.

Regular Family Events
For families with children aged 3+ unless stated. Children must be accompanied by adults.

Art Makers: Every Saturday, from 7 January
1.30pm and 2.45pm
Create fabulous art inspired by the Horniman’s collections or seasonal celebrations. Different themes each week, please check the website.
Tickets: Child £3.

A World of Stories: Every Sunday, from 8 January
2pm and 3.15pm
Our popular storytellers bring the Horniman’s collections and Gardens alive with enchanting stories from around the world.
Free. For families with children aged 5+.

Busy Bees: Every Tuesday and Wednesday, from 10 January
10.30am, 11.15am, 12pm
Lively sessions for under-5s and their parents/carers during term-time. Activities include storytelling, art and craft and outdoor play.

Collect tickets from the Ticket Desk area or Pavilion on the day. Note: These sessions are not suitable for nursery school groups.

Hands on Base: Every Saturday from 7 January, 11am, 11.45am and 12pm
Every Sunday from 8 January, 11am–12.30pm
Explore and touch real museum objects from African masks to sharks jaws in our Hands on Base. On Saturdays, workshops explore objects on a theme whilst on Sunday just come in and handle whatever objects inspire you. Visit the website – – for more information.