Copenhagen What's on

Eye Contact: Portraits of African wildlife

Denmark's Zoological Museum displays 65 close-up photographs of African wildlife by Danish zoologist and animal photographer Mogens Trolle. The images on display were selected from the more than 65...
Brussels What's on

Baby Animals

Designed for children aged from three to eight, this interactive exhibition explores the world of 75 baby animals, from their birth until they are old enough to look after themselves. Using illust...
Copenhagen What's on

Mammoths - Giants from Russia

The Zoological Museum in Copenhagen dedicates a major exhibition to the mammoth, a giant species with long, curved tusks that roamed the earth up until 4,500 years ago. The skeletons of a mammoth...
Brussels What's on

Spiders alive!

18 Dec-31 March. The Royal Museum of Central Africa in Brussels hosts an exhibition that delves into the fascinating and sometimes scary world of spiders. The arachnid family has inhabited our pla...
Oxford What's on

Triumphant Thames: The Thiess International River Prize

Until 1 April: Oxford's River and Rowing Museum has collaborated with the UK Environment Agency to present an exhibition celebrating the river Thames which was awarded the International Theiss River P...
London What's on

Summer in Kew Gardens

14 May-15 October. This summer Kew Gardens offers its visitors a range of enjoyable, educational and exotic experiences. Regions and landscapes represented in its displays include the Alps, east Asia,...
Amsterdam What's on

Muiderslot Castle

1 April-31 October. One of Holland's most famous mediaeval castles is Muiderslot located in the northern region of Muiden. Built around 1280, this fortress on the estuary of the river Vecht was de...
Copenhagen What's on

Frederiksberg Gardens

Daily. In 1699, on the orders of King Frederik VI, work began on a palace and gardens in Frederiksberg close to modern day central Copenhagen. Frederiksberg Palace was used as summer residence by the...
Copenhagen What's on

Tivoli Gardens summer season

14 April - 25 September. The world-famous amusement park Tivoli Gardens is situated right in the centre of Copenhagen and features theatres, open air stages, restaurants, gardens whose trees sparkle w...
Brussels What's on

Amazing Africa

27 May 2010 - 9 January 2011. As part of the celebrations of Congo's independence, the National Botanic Gardens of Belgium present 'Amazing Africa' - a botanical exhibition displaying the diversity of...
London What's on

Rainforest Life

27 March - 31 December 2010. The sweltering and tropical environment of a rainforest has been replicated in London Zoo. Built inside a bio-dome, Rainforest Life acts as home and breeding ground to a h...
Copenhagen What's on

Bakken

25 March - 31 August 2010. In 1583 Kirsten Piil discovered a water spring in Dyrehaven Park which provided the idea for Bakken, now the world's oldest amusement park. Over the centuries the park has r...
Amsterdam What's on

Keukenhof Gardens

18 March - 16 May 2010. Established in Lisse over 60 years ago, Keukenhof gardens are now among the world's most spectacular flower gardens, producing 7 million flowers each spring. Planted imaginativ...
Oxford What's on

Buscot Park & The Faringdon Collection

Until 30 September 2009. Buscot Park is home to the Faringdon Collection, which consists of a wealth of antiques and furniture and numbers amongst its paintings Burne-Jones's "The Legend of the Briar...
Jersey What's on

Durrell evening openings.

29 July-31 August. Jersey
Oxford What's on

University of Oxford Botanic Garden

Concerts, lectures, picnics and educational programmes throughout the year in the heart of Oxford. The gardens have 7,000 different types of plants, making it the most compact collection in the world....
Copenhagen What's on

Fredensborg Palace.

1 - 31 July 2009. Denmark is known for its fairytale castles. Fredensborg is one of them. An 18th-century palace north of Copenhagen beside Lake Esrum, it is frequently used by the Danish royal family...
Amsterdam What's on

Open Garden Days (Open Tuinen Dagen)

19 - 21 June 2009. Completely hidden behind every canal-facing stately house in Amsterdam's old quarter lie enormous secret gardens waiting to be discovered. Many of these gardens are hugged together...
Brussels What's on

The Royal Greenhouses of Laeken.

18 Apr-10 May 2009. Opening the Greenhouses of Laeken to the public for three weeks each spring has been a royal family tradition in Brussels for over a century. Designed in1873 for Leopold II by the...