Visitors exploring The Natural History Museum’s Animal Vision exhibition in Tring are being urged to champion good eyecare habits.
The world-famous museum’s exploration of life through the eyes of animals also examines how the eyes process light and aims to leave you ‘questioning your own gaze’.
The eyecare experts from Spcecsavers in Tring are big fans of the free exhibition (new for summer 2017) and are calling on nature enthusiasts young and old to make time for an eye test while they’re in town.
A word from the store
Divya Kukadia, store director at Specsavers in Tring, said: ‘If you’re in town to see the exhibition this autumn, why stop at learning about the eye? Instead, why not combine it with a trip to your local high street opticians?
‘We want to get to the point where people are adopting regular eye tests as part of their healthcare routines. Take this first step today by picking up the phone and booking your appointment.’