The Natural History Museum has once again turned its lawn over to the spiders. Hundreds of free range arachnids have been hard at work spinning their fascinating and intricate webs.
After learning about these amazing creatures in the programming area, guests can explore the webs on the South Lawn. Though no cages separate visitors from the spiders, there's nothing to fear; the spiders in the exhibit are not dangerous, and they prefer to stay in the comfort of their own webs.
The Spider Pavilion runs daily from September 27 - November 8, 2015.