Living Planet

The Bio Wall in Living Planet houses hundreds of creatures and by using a mixture of touch screen technology and hands-on investigations, visitors can investigate these animals and find out where they live and how they survive in such extreme places as the arctic and desert. Live animal tanks and aquaria are integrated into this major display where visitors can see wolf fish, pythons and lizards to name a few.

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Exhibitions and events

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Roman Empire

Permanent exhibition

This display explores objects from the wider Roman Empire including a huge porphyry foot and one of the most famous coins in the world, a Roman silver denari of Anthony and Cleopatra. Suitable for...

Ancient Greeks

Permanent exhibition

Find out what it was like to be an Ancient Greek and how this great civilisation was shaped by the mountainous terrain that helped to create many different city states. Visitors can listen to...

Natural Northumbria

Permanent exhibition

Visitors can discover what makes the North East region special in terms of the animals and plants as well as paying a 'virtual' visit to a number of sites in the area. Investigation Hides provide...

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