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Introducing #TopTenThursdays
4th Mar 2021
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Incognito Society is back
Incognito Society is back!
11th Feb 2021
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Explore UCL Culture's museums from home
14th Dec 2020
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Our museums have reopened!
27th Nov 2020
We're delighted to be able to reopen the museums for a few more dates this year. We've been working hard behind-the-scenes to make our museums safe, with reduced opening times, safety measures and pre-booking in place. The Grant Museum and Petrie Museum are open to the public on SaturdaysWe are happy to announce that the Grant Museum of Zoology and the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology are reopening to the public Saturday 5 December and Saturday 12 December from 11am – 5pm.  Book tickets for the Grant MuseumBook tickets for the Petrie MuseumUCL WednesdaysUCL students and staff can enjoy free and exclusive access to the Grant Museum, Petrie Museum and UCL Art Museum on Wednesday 9 December and Wednesday 16 December from 1pm - 5pm.Find out more MediaCentral Widget Placeholderhttps://mediacentral.ucl.ac.uk/Player/IA017if0 How we’re keeping you safeTier 2 COVID alert level (high)London is currently at Tier 2 COVID alert level (high). Please only visit the museum with members of your household and support bubble, and avoid mixing with groups outside of your householdIn each of our museums we’ve installed sanitising stations, our staff will be wearing face coverings and we’ve temporarily removed any drawing materials and shared items. We’re keeping visitor numbers low and we’ve set-up one-way routes for you to follow.In return, you’ll need to wear a face covering inside our museums and when moving around the UCL campus (unless you are not able to for personal reasons).  As in other public spaces, you need to keep 2m away from other visitors and if you develop any symptoms of Covid-19 after your visit, please contact NHS Test & Trace.Bloomsbury Theatre and StudioDue to Covid-19 the Bloomsbury Theatre and Studio is temporarily closed. However, you can now book tickets for some of our 2021 performances including Julian Clary, Larry Dean and Jenny Eclair. We look forward to welcoming you back soon!Find out moreExperience UCL Culture from homeIn the meantime, you can experience our museums from home. You can also sign-up to our monthly e-newsletter and follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. [[{"fid":"14303","view_mode":"small","fields":{"format":"small","field_file_image_alt_text[und][0][value]":"Good to go icon ","field_file_image_title_text[und][0][value]":"","field_caption_heading[und][0][title]":"","field_caption_heading[und][0][url]":"","field_caption[und][0][value]":"","field_float_left_right[und]":"none","field_file_image_decorative[und]":"0"},"type":"media","field_deltas":{"1":{"format":"small","field_file_image_alt_text[und][0][value]":"Good to go icon ","field_file_image_title_text[und][0][value]":"","field_caption_heading[und][0][title]":"","field_caption_heading[und][0][url]":"","field_caption[und][0][value]":"","field_float_left_right[und]":"none","field_file_image_decorative[und]":"0"}},"attributes":{"height":"250","width":"250","class":"media-element file-small"}}]]
Incognito Society
Welcome to Incognito Society
9th Nov 2020
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