Games, collections, videos, stories, homework help and family days out from museums and galleries
We show you how to make a Tudor style Knot Garden in this green-fingered Make and Do.
Were the dinosaurs clever? Who found the first one? We've dug up the answers to all these questions and more.
The skeleton of a rabbit from Roman Britain has been unearthed.
Find out what happened to wildlife in Tudor times.
Everything you ever wanted to know about mammoths and more!
What's all the fuss about farting cows? Find out with Show Me.
We show you how to make your very own Pooter at home to inspect insects.
The team at Show Me has been discussing our favourite deceased museum artefacts.
Nature has produced some very unusual creatures. This illustration from the Wellcome Collection shows you all sorts o...
Millions of years old and they're still fascinating. Discover our picks of the best places to see these prehistoric beasts.
Learn more about some of the planet's most extraordinary threatened animals with EDGE, a project from the Zoological Society of London.
This amazing cup looks like an ostrich. The bird's body is made from a nautilus shell. A
nautilus is a type of mollu...
Mary Anning is a famous dinosaur discoverer who ‘sold sea shells by the sea shore’. She wrote this letter describ...
This massive skeleton is quite something! Just imagine what the Giant Deer stag would have looked like when it was al...
We've tracked down ten of the best animals found in the world of museums, galleries and archives.
Dinosaurs were the biggest creatures around, so surely they had the biggest eggs? Not necessarily...