Natural History Museum
In 1892, Sir Walter Rothschild opened this purpose built museum to the public, allowing his private collection of over 4,000 animal specimens gathered from all corners of the world to be viewed by the public for the first time. Today it retains its unique Victorian character, including its original floor-to-ceiling, glass-fronted hardwood and iron cases. We are delighted to be able to use this historic building as part of our festival.
Natural History Museum,
The Walter Rothschild Building,
Tring, HP23 6AP