Lates: Female of the Species
After hours at the Museum
Enjoy exhibitions, talks, science demos, food and drinks by night on the last Friday of the month.
Is the female of the species really more deadly than the male?
Join us to roam around the Museum after hours and discover the role of females in nature and women science.
26 October 2018, 18.00-22.00
Free entry, with some paid activities.
Plan your Lates
Join Angela Saini, the author of Inferior: How Science Got Women Wrong and discover more about the place and role of women in science in this free Nature Live talk.
Black History Trail: Behind the Brand
The study of natural history is filled with explorers and mavericks but there are plenty who remain unknown or ignored. Who were the scientists, the collectors, the unsung minds behind our understanding of the natural world?
Join senior curator Dr Miranda Lowe in Hintze Hall to explore the contribution of black people to the field of natural history, and uncover the untold stories at the heart of the Museum.
Take a behind-the-scenes tour of the Museum's fascinating zoology spirit collection, where you'll meet Archie the giant squid.
£10, bookings recommended
Tours run every half hour from 18.30