Those enthusiastic scientists and educationalists at Wollaton Hall (Nottingham), are hosting an exclusive “Prehistoric Secret Science Show” on Tuesday 24th May, 2022 (4.30pm to 8.45pm). It will feature a veritable cornucopia of talks, presentations and workshops plus the chance to meet professionals engaged in current scientific research on Tyrannosaurus rex!
An Exclusive Event
Organised by those dedicated and talented members of Nottingham City Museum’s Learning and Education team, this evening event “Prehistoric Secret Science Show”, will showcase a range of speakers from the University of Birmingham, Rutland Water Nature Reserve and the University of Nottingham. Palaeontologist Dr Adam Smith (Nottingham Museum’s Curator of Natural Sciences), a world authority on Mesozoic marine reptiles will also be presenting.
More details about this exciting event can be found here: Wollaton Hall “Prehistoric Secret Science Show”.
Natural Science and Dinosaurs
This exclusive event is ideal for anyone interested in prehistoric life, palaeontology, Natural Science and dinosaurs, it has been especially designed for children at upper primary or secondary school, college, university and adults. It looks set to be an interesting evening that covers a wide range of topics, plus gives everyone the opportunity to meet “Titus” the Tyrannosaurus rex exhibit too!
Date: Tuesday 24th May (2022)
Location: Wollaton Hall (Nottingham)
Event ends: 8.45pm
Ticket Prices – Adult: £15 Ticket Prices – Child £10
Schools and other large groups have one free adult per ten children with additional adults at the usual £15. Contact the event organisers for more information.
Event is open to all ages, including children at secondary school, college, university and adults. It is aimed especially for children over ten years old, although anyone with a keen interest in dinosaurs would be welcome.
Free entry for carers when accompanying a paid ticket. Please note car parking charges apply.
Further details can be found here: Wollaton Hall “Prehistoric Secret Science Show”.