New attractions at the Natural History Museum

The latest hands-on science attraction for children has been officially opened at London’s Natural History Museum. Investigate has been developed by Pentagram, with interiors headed by Lorenzo Apicella, and graphics by his fellow Pentagram partner Angus Hyland, along with Kelsey Finlayson.

More than 200,000 visitors per year are expected at Investigate, where they can examine and interact with the natural objects on display. The gallery is situated in the museum’s listed building, designed by Alfred Waterhouse. Pentagram has also developed classroom suites and a seminar area.

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