The D’Arcy Thompson Zoology Museum at Dundee University will be opening its doors to the public from this Friday until the end of August.
The museum features the amazing collection of the city’s pioneer of life sciences, Professor Sir D’Arcy Wentworth Thompson. A biologist, mathematician and classics scholar, he held the position of professor of natural history at University College, Dundee, for 32 years, then at St Andrews for 31 years where he died in 1948 aged 88.
As well as animals from around the world, it also features beautiful models and intriguing artworks so there’s plenty for all the family to enjoy.
The museum is open on Fridays from 2-4.30pm until August 31. Entry is free.