Visit to the Grant Museum of Zoology [TG3v/GrantMuseum]
The Grant Museum of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy was established in 1827 by Robert Edmond Grant (1793-1874) to serve as a teaching collection at the newly founded University of London (later University College London).
Home to 68,000 zoological specimens, the collection is a unique window on the entire animal kingdom.
The Grant Museum of Zoology is one of the oldest natural history collections in the UK, and is the last remaining university natural history museum in London.
This visit will consist of an introduction to the museum by Curator Tannis Davidson, a tour of some of the highlights of the Museum and a discussion of various archival issues.
University College London
21 University Street
London WC1E 6DE
Bookings for visits are free of charge but are open to members of the M25 Consortium of Academic Libraries only.
To reserve a space please use our online booking form.
If subsequent to booking a place on a cpd25 visit you find that you are unable to attend, we ask that you let us know this as soon as possible. Cancellations received less than three working days before the event will be charged a £15 cancellation fee. In the event of a ‘no-show’ on the day, £25 will be charged.