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Brontë Parsonage Nov 29
We've loved exploring the life of Patrick Brontë throughout 2019, and there's still time to find out more about this remarkable man and his fascination with all things medical in our "In Sickness and in Health" - free with admission until 1 Jan 2020
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South Downs National Park Nov 25
day 25...environment. Gilbert White might not be as famous as Charles Darwin but his observations of the flora & fauna around his home in Selborne had a profound influence on how Darwin approached evolution. Next year marks 300 years since birth.
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Brooklands Museum Nov 28
Day 28 : Brooklands Museum is set within 32 acres of the world's first motor racing circuit. You can see the Clubhouse, which is still on the Museum site today, in this wonderful 1907 sketch of the track.
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Brontë Parsonage Nov 28
Charlotte Brontë visited the Great Exhibition multiple times in 1851. This is her guidebook. "It is a wonderful place – vast, strange, new & impossible to describe. Its grandeur does not consist in one thing, but in the unique assemblage of all things."
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Digitising the NHM Nov 25
Museum collections contain specimens collected hundreds of yrs ago like this pacific maple collected in November 1819. By releasing our data openly, global researchers can use our collections to answer questions on the and the future of biodiversity.
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Janet Dugdale Nov 29
Day 30: Why museums? Because society needs museums to be courageous, connected and REAL.
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SCOTTY the T. rex Nov 29
Day 29: If you stand in the right spot in the CN T. rex Gallery and look up at a certain angle, you'll catch a gleam in my eye. -- Photo: Randy White
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Nigel Monaghan Nov 28
Day 29: Exhibitions. They don't just happen, we have to work at it, and sometimes we have to stare death in the face to keep the visitors happy
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Redbridge Museum & Heritage Centre Nov 25
For years, Howards chemicals factory released fumes and bad smells into the air at Uphall, Ilford. Our new display about the , opening 17 December, will explore past and current climate issues affecting Redbridge from air pollution to littering. Stay tuned!
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ColchesterMuseums Nov 27
is asking what are museums? We could try and answer that, but we'd rather hear what others think. Who wants to share...?
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Westminster Abbey Nov 27
'There are surprises around almost every corner'
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Kate Shuttleworth Nov 27
What are museums? Museums are places where it's ok to be a hoarder of old things
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Westminster Abbey Nov 30
'The farther backward you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.' – Sir Winston Churchill
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UM Paleontology Nov 25
Day 25: Environment In the Devonian, ~390 million years ago, Michigan was a very different place. A shallow sea covered the state & sea creatures such as corals, brachiopods, trilobites, cephalopods, & fish roamed the ancient ocean. 📷
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South Downs National Park Nov 24
day 24...friendship! “You shall find us a perfect friend, content to repute you as our dearest sister” wrote Henry VIII on the annulment of his marriage to Anne of Cleves. Anne received a generous settlement from Henry upon their annulment, including
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Keats House Museum Nov 27
WHAT ARE MUSEUMS? "The great beauty of Poetry is, that is makes every thing, every place interesting". Museums are places to tell stories.
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ReBecca HF Nov 28
- Day 28 - Cultural Sites - the Quarry Exhibit Hall covers the area that lay directly below the original Carnegie Quarry discoveries. This site preserves not only the paleontological story, but a cultural story surrounding its discovery, excavation and preservation.
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Nigel Monaghan Nov 28
Day 28: Cultural Sites. Castlepook cave is the only site in Ireland for ice age spotted hyena bones, now in . Crawling around in it puts our mere 10,000 years on the island into perspective and reminds us of how fragile life is when your environment changes
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Gilbert White & The Oates Collections Nov 29
Day 29: Our next exhibition explores Gilbert White's international legacy and we can't wait!
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ReBecca HF Nov 29
- Day 29 - Exhibition - Camarasaurus is the most common dino found in the Morrison Formation. At the Carnegie Quarry at the most complete juvenile specimen of Camarasaurus lentus known to science was found in 1919 (CM 11338), collected by the
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