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BSL Tours: Wildlife Photographer of the Year

27 Apr 2024
12:00–13:00 (FULLY BOOKED) 15:30–16:30 (FULLY BOOKED)

Special Exhibition Gallery 1, Level 3

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A hippopotamus and her two offspring resting in the clear water of a shallow lake.

'Hippo Nursery'

© Mike Korostelev

'Hippo Nursery'

© Mike Korostelev

BSL Introduction from Babs Brown

Join us for a BSL tour of key exhibits in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition.

Led by BSL guide Barbara Brown, tours will take place at 12:00–13:00 (FULLY BOOKED) and 15:30–16:30 (FULLY BOOKED). Each tour will last around one hour with the option to explore the exhibition independently afterwards.

Please note that the tours will be delivered in BSL with no interpretation provided. If you would like an interpreter or hands-on signing support, please email after booking.

This event is particularly aimed at those who are Deaf/ BSL users.

Recommended age 8+.

The Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition is on loan from the Natural History Museum in London.

This exhibition contains images that some visitors may find upsetting. Please contact for more information. 

On the day

  • The tour will begin at the ticket desk outside the exhibition on Level 3.
  • A member of staff will be there to assist you on arrival.
  • Lift access is available to the exhibition gallery.
  • Wheelchairs are available for loan at no charge. Please ask a member of staff on arrival. 
  • Small mobility scooters are permitted inside the museum.
  • Accessible toilets are available and there is a Changing Places (U) toilet – for access to this, please ask a member of staff. 
  • Guide dogs, hearing dogs and other assistance dogs are welcome in the museum. Water can be provided.

For more information, visit our Accessibility page or email

Ticket details





Over 60s 


Student, Unemployed, Disabled, Young Scot** 


Under 16s 



**Valid ID required. Carers of disabled people free. 

Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. 

Discounts available for groups of 10 or more. 

For all UK school group bookings, please visit our schools webpage.

National Museums Scotland have a non-refundable and non-transferable ticketing policy.

See our full Ticketing Terms and Conditions.

Five visitors look at shelves of agates in our Natural World galleries.

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