Young Zoologists Club Workshop: Exploring the Museum

Young Zoologists Club Workshop: Exploring the Museum

Photograph of the lower gallery of the Museum of Zoology
(C) University of Cambridge + Julieta Sarmiento Photography

We are excited to be able to welcome you back to the Museum. Visits are a little different now, with pre-booked tickets to manage numbers in the galleries, a one-way system to allow social distancing, and face masks to be worn to keep our visitors, volunteers and staff safe.

We have a special opening in October half term just for Young Zoologists and their families. We would love you to join us, and help us to create a Young Zoologists Club trail around the Museum featuring your favourite animals on display.

Download you Creature Feature sheet here and bring it with you to complete in the Museum so we can build a trail for our visitors of your favourite animals:

Bookings open at 12 noon on Saturday 10 October.

Check your Autumn 2020 newsletter for the password you will need when prompted.

Booking is essential, and ALL members of your party require tickets (adults and children alike). This is because we need to know precisely the numbers coming into the galleries. You will also be asked for a telephone number as well as your email address on booking – this is for track and trace purposes. If you or any of your party are feeling unwell or have had recent contact with someone displaying symptoms of COVID-19, please do not visit on this occasion.  For more information about visiting the Museum, visit our website.

Why not download our Amazing Animal Adaptations trail to take around with you:

or following it on our blog: Amazing Animal Adaptations.

And extend your visit by searching for the animals in the architecture of Cambridge with our Cambridge Safari Trail.

We look forward to seeing you in the Museum soon!

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