Tuesday 30 October 2018

Grant Museum of Zoology - Eye of newt and toe of frog... it's Halloween at the Grant Museum of course

Do you dare to visit the Grant Museum of Zoology under cover of darkness?

Whether it's eye of newt and toe of frog, or wool of bat and tongue of dog, we've got everything you need to cook up some toil and trouble this Halloween.

We're opening the doors after dark so you can explore our eerie creatures and scary skeletons, enjoy a free drink and uncover some ghoulish animal facts along the way.

Halloween at the Grant Museum, Wednesday 31 October, 18:30-21:00. £5 tickets will be available to buy on the night and include a glass of wine. Dressing up strongly encouraged!

Free events and exhibitions

Until 21 Dec
Artist Neus Torres Tamarit explores evolution and gender through sculpture, installation and animations.

1 Nov. 13:00-16:30
Experience the animated worlds on display in the museum with virtual reality technology.
3 Nov. 13:00-16:00
Our regular family hands-on activities returns for any budding zoologists curious about the natural world.
See the full programme on our website.
Behind the scenes 
Get closer to the collection through the UCL Museums & Collections blog. Here's the latest:
Gross! Chris Wearden on why some of the specimens in the museum aren't for the faint-hearted.
Tannis Davidson explains how the collection has been used by students - for nearly 200 years.
A lovely, fluffy little chap? Hannah Cornish tries to convince us there's nothing to be afraid of...
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