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  • 01Feb

    Our 2024 exhibition starts on 1st February -     

  • 17Feb

    Explore the Museum this half term with our Twitchers birdwatching trail - pick up your free trail leaflet, find the birds located throughout the Museum, and if you complete them all, don't forget to pick up your free sticker from the Museum Reception!

    Good luck! 

  • 02Mar

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

    From same-sex sexual behaviour in giraffes and penguins to the scientists working in the field of zoology. How do the labels and categories we give animals affect the way we interact with the natural world?

  • 08Mar

    Calling all 2-5 year olds! Join us for a look around the Museum followed by some storytelling. 

    Discover marvellous minibeasts at the Museum of Zoology. See some of the little things that make our world go round, and hear stories of wonderful worms and incredible insects.

  • 08Mar

    Join us on March 8th 2024 as we celebrate International Women's Day! 

    Join us the Museum of Zoology as we celebrate International Women's Day with a special event dedicated to recognising and supporting the achievements of women in the field. Our theme for this year is "Empower her journey. Ignite her progress."

  • 09Mar

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

    From same-sex sexual behaviour in giraffes and penguins to the scientists working in the field of zoology. How do the labels and categories we give animals affect the way we interact with the natural world?

  • 16Mar

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

    From same-sex sexual behaviour in giraffes and penguins to the scientists working in the field of zoology. How do the labels and categories we give animals affect the way we interact with the natural world?

  • 20Mar

     

    Visit the Museum of Zoology after hours for animal-themed board games. Grab a drink, play strategy games, create canine chaos or battle to be the best at Hungry Hungry Hippos. Meet the team from Waterstones Cambridge and try out some of their animal related games too!

  • 23Mar

    What do a giraffe, a frog, a shark and a robin have in common? They all have a skeleton. More than that, they all have a backbone: they're vertebrates. Visit the Museum of Zoology for a day of free hands-on activities inspired by skeletons. Explore our temporary exhibition 'Growing a Backbone: The Rise of the Vertebrates'.

  • 06Apr

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

    From same-sex sexual behaviour in giraffes and penguins to the scientists working in the field of zoology. How do the labels and categories we give animals affect the way we interact with the natural world?