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  • 31Jan

    Join University of Cambridge New Music Group, conducted by Darren Bloom, for a programme of music including: John Luther Adams - The Light that Fills the World; Benjamin Graves - The Visions of Elizabeth Barton; Kaija Saariaho - Terrestre Grisey – Périodes; and new works by students of the University of Cambridge.

  • 04Feb

    Museum of Zoology

    Discover the quirks of birds from New Zealand and Australia, from the burrowing kakapo to the chuckling kookaburra. We will focus on conservation stories that have brought birds back from the brink, and explore birdsong of species closer to home.

  • 07Feb

     

    Discover the animals of Africa with stories and play. Walk like a giraffe, roar like a lion and make an animal puppet to take home with you.

    10.30-11.15 repeated 11.30-12.15

    Suitable for children aged 2-5.

    Free. Booking recommended.

  • 07Feb

    Book onto a tour and uncover the fascinating stories behind our collections, from the beetles of Charles Darwin to the talk of our fin whale.
    Suitable for ages 12+

    Tour cost £5 per person

  • 09Feb

    From queens, emperors and divine beings, to scientists, artists and global communities, explore the spectrum of identities that exist across time, place and culture in Cambridge collections.

    ‘Animals don’t do sexual identity; they just do sex.’

  • 11Feb

    Museum of Zoology

    Discover the quirks of birds from New Zealand and Australia, from the burrowing kakapo to the chuckling kookaburra. We will focus on conservation stories that have brought birds back from the brink, and explore birdsong of species closer to home.

  • 12Feb

    Drop in to discover one of the amazing specimens from the Museum's stores, not normally on public display. Free talk. 

    All ages. Free. No need to book

  • 14Feb

    From queens, emperors and divine beings, to scientists, artists and global communities, explore the spectrum of identities that exist across time, place and culture in Cambridge collections.

    ‘Animals don’t do sexual identity; they just do sex.’

  • 14Feb

    Discovery Talk: Why do we care? An exploration of parental care, with a little help from the burying beetle  

    Join researcher Ellie Bladon and discover what we can learn about parental care by studying burying beetles.

    13.15-13.45

    Suitable for ages 12+

    Free. No need to book.

  • 19Feb

    Visit the Museum after hours and discover the different ways animals sense the world around them. This event is part of Twilight at the Museums taking place across the Cambridge. (Please be aware: the Museum will close at 15.30 to set up for this event & you may have to queue as this event is very popular).

    16.30-19.30