Global explorer’s save the date

focOver the summer we have be running a new initiative ‘Global Explorers‘, where families have been visiting Manchester Museum and creating animals from junk modelling materials, inspired by the museum’s collections, including the museum’s Vivarium as well as the Nature’s Library and Living Worlds.They have made everything from frogs, birds, foxes,  and many more…

1[2]The Autumn will also provide many opportunities for families wanting to get immersed in the museum’s collections, so don’t miss our next BIG SATURDAY ON 27TH SEPTEMBER, which will provide a full day of discovery and exploration of the South Pacific inspired by the Museum’s Living Cultures collection.

Here you will able to make their own Hawaiian flower lei to wear as you all explore the Museum and learn about the fascinating cultures and diverse environments of the Pacific.

Drop in, free, for families

*Don’t forget there are also drop-in drawing and other art activities inspired by the Museum’s collection in the Museum’s Discovery Centre, every single weekend 11am-4pm.

Guest blog post contribution by Sajia Sultana, Manchester University student and Manchester Museum Summer Public Programme Intern, and Victoria Grant, Family Programme Co-ordinator.

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