Come and learn about Darwin…
Science: Change in living things over time, fossil record, adaptation and evolution
History: Development of the Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age
In this session:
- Find out about the groundbreaking and controversial evolutionary theories of Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace which shook Victorian society
- Using replica hominid skulls and historical artefacts, discover how our human species have evolved on an ever changing planet
- Consider adaptation and natural selection, compare human and ape skeletons and take an in-depth look at our ancestors through social and physical evolution
When: From July 2021 – time slots initially released up to October 2022 to include the the start of Academic year.
Cost per session: £5 per child
Contact Us By Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Us By Phone – 0115 876 1420
To help with navigation :
Location: Wollaton Hall & Deer Park
Stage: KS2, KS3
Theme: Natural History, Environment
Subjects: History, Science
For the full Titus the T. rex experience, visit the exhibition page.
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