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Adult Programme

Visitors attending an exhibition talk at the Gateway Galleries.‌Booking information

All events are free but some must be booked. To book please email museumlearning@st-andrews.ac.uk or call 01334 46 1660.

If you would benefit from an audio description during or before an event please let us know at the time of booking. 

You can also see the full What's On Guide Jan - June 2018 Updated (PDF, 4,099 KB)

 

Talks and Tours

Reduce, Reuse, Recyle

MUSA Collections Centre
Wednesday 14th February, 1:15pm-2pm

 

As the Green Film Festival kicks off in St Andrews come behind-the-scenes at the MUSA Collections Centre where you’ll be amazed by the imaginative re-use of packaging in everyday objects made by the Berbers of Morocco. Held at the MUSA Collections Centre, 87 North St, free, but booking essential.

Oddities and Unknowns Tour

Bell Pettigrew Museum
Saturday 17th February, 11am-12pm

 

There are some unusual specimens in the Bell Pettigrew Museum store, and some that defy identification. A selection of these specimens and body parts will be brought out for display, with prizes for anyone that can help us identify what they are! Held at the Bell Pettigrew Museum. Free, but advance booking required. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Marine Life

Bell Pettigrew Museum
Saturday 24th February, 11am-12pm

 

This tour will focus on the lives of animals that are associated with the sea. The marine environment is the largest habitat on earth and most major animal groups have marine representatives. The collection of marine specimens in the museum is substantial, including specimens collected by William Carmichael McIntosh and D’Arcy Thompson, both major figures in the development of natural history at St Andrews. Held at the Bell Pettigrew Museum. Free, but advance booking required.