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HCNRG: Behind-the-scenes guided tour at the Natural History Museum

Date:
18 December 2019
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Event type:
Regional Group, Contributes to CPD
Organised by:
Home Counties North Regional Group
Venue:
National History Museum, London
Event status:
EVENT CLOSED

Join the HCNRG for a behind-the-scenes guided tour at the Natural History Museum, Angela Marmot Centre, to look at impactites and shock metamorphism mineral specimens.

‘Impact Craters of Africa’ was one of the double workshops facilitated and presented by John Wong in October 2019 at the Geological Society in Burlington House. John felt that a follow-up behind-the-scenes visit to the Natural History/Geology Museum, South Kensington, London, to see the impacted rock specimens that have not been on display to the general public, would benefit the interested Home Counties North Regional Group members.

Cost and registration

This event is free. There are 15 places for this behind-the-scenes guided tour, please book your places on a first-come first-served basis by emailing homecountiesnorthregionalgroup@gmail.com.

Speaker

This event will be hosted by Dr Natasha Almeida and Austin Woodbridge.

Time

2.00pm to 4.00pm (approximately).

Further details

Meet at 1.45pm at the Exhibition Road entrance to the Geology Museum (not the Natural History Museum main entrance in Cromwell Road). If there is a queue, use the staff/Fleet entrance which is next to the public entrance. Meet at the visitor desk there, where we will sign in.

Venue

Natural History Museum
Cromwell Road
London
SW7 5BD