The Museum offers a range of learning experiences for different audiences through online activities, in-museum sessions, and self-guided visits.
Ages 7 to 11. Our award-winning Learning Zone provides interactive games and tests based around the core national curriculum. Click to access the Learning Zone.
Ages 14 to 19. Join our extracurricular sessions to become involved in the Museum's exhibitions, events, and behind-the-scenes activities. Click to find out about activities for young people.
The seven million specimens in the Museum's collections are extensively used for research and teaching across Oxford University and other higher education institutions. Click to find out about accessing Museum resources.
The Museum has a regular programme of events for the adult public, and resources for local special interest groups. Click to find out more.
The Museum is the perfect place for your kids to start learning about the natural world. Have a go at one of our Museum trails or online activities! Click to learn more.
We have online learning resources, teacher training, and in-museum workshops for Primary and Secondary schools — all tailored to the national curriculum. Click to find out more.
Heritage, Outreach, and Preservation of Entomology
The HOPE project aims to nurture the interests of children and young people and enthuse them about natural sciences. Using our British Insect Collections and our staff's expertise, we aim to enhance science learning in and out of school and build the next generation of scientists.