Grant Museum of Zoology

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Venue details

  • Address:

    Grant Museum of Zoology Rockefeller Building
    University College London
    WC1E 6DE

  • Venue phone:

    020 3108 2052

  • Venue website:

  • Opening hours:

    Mon-Sat 1-5pm; closed Christmas/Easter period.

  • Transport:

    Tube: Euston/Goodge St

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What's on at Grant Museum of Zoology



Explore Zoology

Things to do, Kids' activities

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Take budding animal biologists along to the Grant Museum of Zoology for a spot of hands-on exploration. Museum staff will be digging out some special specimens so visitors can find out how a snake’s skin feels or discover just how big and sharp a shark’s...

Family Film Night: Night at the Museum

Things to do, Families

  • Free

If ever there's was a London museum that made you wonder what it would be like if all those animal skeletons and jarred creatures came to life, it's the Grant. So it is a perfect, atmospheric setting for this special screening of Night at the Museum. You...

Marvellous Mammals

Kids' activities

  • Free

Come face to taxidermy face with a whole load of fascinating creatures this half-term as the Grant Museum introduces families to the wonderfully varied world of mammals. Visitors can even get their hands on some unusual specimens such as tiger skulls...

  1. Mon Oct 27 – Sat Nov 1
  2. Grant Museum of Zoology
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Amazing collection of specimens, enough to appeal to all ages and levels of curiosity. My favourite is the jar of moles, but the inclusion of someone's cloned pet and the opportunity to dig for millions of years old fossilised sharks teeth have kept me going back. There are rare screenings, bizarre talks and enthusiast fuelled exhibitions. Get on the mailing list and explore some of the quirkier sides of London's Natural History treasures.