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Early Years - Story Sessions

19th November - 10:00
Our Special Story Sacks are bursting at the seams with exciting stories and activities - bringing books to life for inquisitive and imaginative 3 to 5 year olds.
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What a Load of Rubbish! Scrapyard Science

19th November - 10:00
Burrow in the bins, rifle with rubbish, tinker with trash! Create some cool stuff out of everyday items. Discover ‘Scrapyard Science' and the ingenious world of engineering!
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Breakfast Club

19th November - 10:00
For ages 12-18 years, all welcome.

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Bubble, Bulge, Bleb

19th November - 11:00
As part of a year-long programme celebrating the centenary of D'Arcy Thompson's extraordinary book On Growth and Form 1917, LifeSpace present an exhibition of spirals, spheres and waves in art inspire
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Bubble, Bulge, Bleb

19th November - 11:00
As part of a year-long programme celebrating the centenary of D'Arcy Thompson's extraordinary book On Growth and Form 1917, LifeSpace present an exhibition of spirals, spheres and waves in art inspire
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The Maritime Quarter

19th November - 12:30
A new permanent exhibition of ship models highlighting Dundee’s rich maritime history and the City’s links to the wider world.
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Dundee Preserves

19th November - 12:30
This show provides a rare opportunity to glimpse some of the ‘behind-the-scenes' work carried out by Museum staff in caring for and researching the City's collections.
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Fire and Stone

19th November - 12:30
An exhibition exploring the archaeology of Monifieth Laws and the process behind creating contemporary responses to ancient metal and stone artefacts.
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Microscope Marvels

19th November - 12:30
This winter, view our exciting interactive screen installation to learn why microscopes are an important tool for scientists and uncover the marvels of the miniature world.
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The Victorian Landscape

19th November - 12:30
During the nineteenth century, landscape as a genre in art, and the medium of watercolour came into their own.

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