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London museum plans 'Science Uncovered' event

London museum plans 'Science Uncovered' event
3 Sep 2014

London's Natural History Museum is set to host a late opening event called Science Uncovered on September 26th.

Taking place from 3pm to 10.30pm, from 6pm Science Uncovered is primarily an adult-focussed occasion.

There will be over 200 things to see. A talk from Professor Alice Roberts about genes, a Science Bar and an early preview of the upcoming Coral Reefs exhibition from the museum are just three things visitors may want to try.

Certain events have limited space, and it may be worth arriving early to get a free ticket to one of these, as they will be given away first-come, first-served.

Items that belong to the Natural History Museum collections and don't ordinarily get seen by the public, and a range of science stations, are also among the attractions at Science Uncovered.

The Wildlife Garden is set to be open most of the evening, offering animals to look at, and expert guides.ADNFCR-408-ID-801746495-ADNFCR

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