Oxford University Museum of Natural History

Oxford University Museum of Natural History
Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3PW
  • Telephone 01865 272950
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  • Website www.oum.ox.ac.uk
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Author Event for Years 2 & 3

Storytelling, drawing and activities with illustrators Viviane Schwarz and Gitte Spee.

Mon 24 Sep

School pupils £5 (Accompanying staff free) / 01865 272950

  • 11:00 – 12:00

Classical Night In The Museum

The Montagnana Trio will be performing a concert amongst the dinosaurs in support of Flexicare. Enjoy this rare opportunity in the glorious glass-and-iron roofed, finest neo-gothic building in Oxford: The Museum of Natural History. Music for flute, cello and piano will be performed. Tickets include an aftershow light…

Fri 5 Oct

£25 / 01865 272950

A Honeybee Heart Has Five Openings - An Evening With Helen Jukes

The wonderful Helen Jukes will be discussing her new book A Honeybee Heart Has Five Openings at Oxford University's Museum of Natural History. This beautiful building is the setting for the first chapter so this is sure to be a unique event. A Honeybee Heart Has Five Openings is a fascinating and inspiring account of a…

Thu 4 Oct

£5 / 01865 272950

Stand-up Philosophy: Bacteria And Disease

Stand-up Philosophy is a night of stand-ups and experts looking at the funnier side of Philosophy. Some of it might be serious, lots of it will be silly. It's a bit like a TED talk but with more jokes. Lots more jokes. Come if you're just curious about Philosophy, or a complete Philosophy geek, or just love the idea of…

Fri 26 Oct

£7.70 some concessions / 01865 272950

Viviane Schwarz and Gitte Spee Performance

Authors and illustrators Viviane Schwarz (illustrator of A Place To Call Home and I am Henry Finch, writer of How To Find Gold) and Gitte Spee read from their books, with live drawing and plenty of activities for the kids.

Mon 24 Sep

Free (Children £5) / 01865 272950

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