Small but spectacular discoveries from the Victorian classroom. From glass jellyfish to flower models, images of the eye to beetle diagrams, the teaching tools of 19th-century life science are a wonder to behold.
Monday 21 August 2017, 2pm–3pm
At Manchester Museum
David Gelsthorpe, exhibition curator of Object Lessons at Manchester Museum, will talk about George Loudon’s extraordinary collection of models and illustrations from the 19th Century – a treasure trove of wonderful, often bizarre objects.
The event is free, but numbers are limited and booking is essential.
To book, please contact the Development Team:
Tel: 0161 235 8873