Step inside this grand Edwardian building and you'll find rare and extinct dodo specimens, one of only seven quagga skeletons in the world, and the famous glass jar of moles.
Established in 1827 as part of UCL, today the museum is still a space for exploring the animal kingdom and making ground-breaking new discoveries.
Drop-in and enjoy a free exhibition inspired by the specimens on display, new work by contemporary artists and university researchers, or get your hands on a specimen at one of the museum's interactive events.
To ensure a safe and enjoyable experience, you can expect to find special safety measures in place due to the coronavirus pandemic. For more information, check direct with the venue ahead of your visit.
Prices and opening times
Entry to the museum is free. Tickets may be required for special events (please see website for details)
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Monday - Saturday afternoons from 1pm to 5pm, including bank holidays. Closed over Christmas and Easter (see website for details).
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Venue Details & Map
Grant Museum of Zoology
21 University StreetLondonWC1E 6DE
- +44 (0)20 3108 9000
- Public transport:
- The nearest Tube Stations are Euston Square and Warren Street. The nearest mainline Railway Station is Euston.
Facilities & Accessibility
- Access into the Building
- Full, non-assisted wheelchair access
- Payment Facilities
- Free entry