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  • 03Apr

    This event is cancelled

    Crocodile, butterfly or bird? Egg-splore the Museum for eggs, and learn about the animals that grow inside with stories and makes.

     10.30-11.15 repeated 11.30-12.15

    Suitable for children aged 2-5.

    Free. Booking recommended.

  • 08Apr

    This event is cancelled

    Discover the homes animals build, and be inspired by bird life to weave a nest of your own to take home.

    12.00 - 16.30

    Suitable for ages 4+

    Free. No need to book

  • 15Apr

    This event is cancelled

    Discover the science of Zoology at this day-long hands-on workshop. Work with researchers from the Department of Zoology, and explore how animals work and the amazing diversity of life on Earth.

    Suitable for ages 13-18

    Tickets £25. Booking essential.

  • 17Apr

    This event is cancelled

    Crocodile, butterfly or bird? Egg-splore the Museum for eggs, and learn about the animals that grow inside with stories and makes.  

    10.30-11.15 repeated 11.30-12.15

    Suitable for children aged 2-5.

    Free. Booking recommended.

  • 17Apr

    This event is cancelled

    Tracking animal movement from the tropics to the Antarctic 

  • 25Apr

    This event has been cancelled. In light of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak the CCI Earth Optimism 2020 organising team has decided to postpone our 25 April event.

  • 26Apr

    This event is cancelled

    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.’

  • 01May

    This event is cancelled

    Snap with the crocodiles, roar with the lions and tweet with the birds as we go on a noisy safari in the Museum with stories and makes.

    10.30-11.15 repeated 11.30-12.15

    Suitable for children aged 2-5.

    Free. Booking recommended.

  • 15May

    This event is cancelled

    Join Department of Zoology researcher Dr Jenny York and find out about her research into birds’ nests.

    Suitable for ages 12+

    Free. No need to book.

  • 20May

    This event is postponed

    Taking place at the Fitzwilliam Museum, three artists, Jayne Ivimey, Elspeth Owen and Mella Shaw will give insights into their individual ceramic practices and their different approaches to clay as a thought provoking material used to explore environmental themes.