Darwin in Colour


Come and learn about Darwin in colour…

Science: Change in living things over time, fossil record, adaptation and evolution

In this session:

  • FiFind out about the ground-breaking and controversial evolutionary theories of Charles Darwin and Alfred Russell Wallace which shook Victorian society
  • Examine some of Darwin’s evidence for survival by natural selection
  • Investigate amazing specimens from our handling collection which illustrate how creatures have evolved using colour to help them survive: look at camouflage, warning colours and mimicry.

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 – schools.programmes@nottinghamcity.gov.uk

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.

All events have covid safety measures in place. Plan your visit to Wollaton Hall here. Car parking charges apply.

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