Tuesdays at 1.00pm in the Hunterian Museum or Hunterian Art Gallery
Daily in the Hunterian Museum, Hunterian Art Gallery and The Mackintosh House
Daily tours of the Scottish Gold exhibition, led by our MUSEs (Museum University Student Educators).
A series of special lunchtime talks dedicated to the Scottish Gold exhibition.
This special event is closely connected with this year's Gifford Lectures, given by Professor Jean-Luc Marion on 'Givenness and Revelation'.
A rare chance to visit Scotland’s prospective gold mine and see the gold-bearing rocks underground and on the surface.
A special 30 minute curator led insight into the Picturing Venus display at the Hunterian Art Gallery.
Suitable CPD for teachers for CfE and Outdoor Learning.
Festival of Museums is an annual three day treat of extraordinary, exciting and surprising events day and night in museums and galleries throughout Scotland.
An opportunity to visit the Hunterian Art Gallery Print Room and explore material that did not make it into the Picturing Venus exhibition.
At this special evening lecture, exhibition curators Dr Genevieve Warwick and Peter Black discuss the Picturing Venus exhibition and give their ‘Venus Reflections’.
Free drop in activites for all the family.
A special Sunday opening of The Hunterian Zoology Museum to celebrate University of Glasgow Science Sunday.
Special drop-in outdoor mapping workshops exploring the University campus and looking at geological and architectural features.
Our new science drop in sessions are part of the Science Showcase 'Born in Glasgow: 100 Years of Isotope Science' in the Hunterian Museum. Each session features a small range of activities on various themes. Admission is free and all are welcome!
Special Insight Talks on the theme of our current Science Showcase display 'Born in Glasgow: 100 Years of Isotope Science'.
For details of previous Hunterian events, click here.