Family Event: Wild, a Biodiversity Story

Grant Museum of Zoology
24th Feb 2024

Drop in from 11:00-13:00
Pre-book for a guaranteed place in the 13:00-14:00 session (booking available from 16 Feb 2024)

Audience: This is an intergenerational workshop, suitable for all ages and abilities. Everyone is welcome.

Graphic with large text reading 'WILD a biodiversity story' in the centre on a blue background with images of black and white animals surrounding it.

Join us in the UCL Grant Museum of Zoology to play a unique game, Wild, a Biodiversity Story!

Delve into a web of ecosystems with an interactive and collaborative game inspired by UCL research; from pond restoration to research around bats, wasps and other invertebrates; as well as initiatives like Knepp Rewilding Project in Kent. Learn how important yet complex biodiversity is to any environment. Focusing on the type of UK environment found a short train ride away from London, we ask you to join us to help figure out what positive impacts can be introduced in nature both with and without humans.

The structure of the game is freeflowing and can be played in many different ways. It will be reset at approximately 11:00, 12:00 and 13:00 but you can join in anytime.

This workshop is part of UCL Museums & Cultural Programmes 2023-24 event series Architecting Futures from Past Traces, bringing together art, culture and research.


This is an intergenerational workshop, suitable for all ages and abilities. Everyone is welcome.


This event comprises of two sessions:

  • Drop-in session from 11:00-13:00 where booking is not required.
  • Bookable session from 13:00-14:00 (tickets on sale from 16 February 2024)*, please reserve yourself a space by booking one ticket per family group on our Eventbrite page.

*If you wish to book a slot earlier than this for access reasons, contact us at museums@ucl.ac.uk


Access to the museum, and all public areas within it, is step-free. Further information can be found here.

Finding us

The Museum is located in Bloomsbury, in the heart of central London. The nearest tube stations are Euston Square (Metropolitan, Circle, Hammersmith & City), Goodge Street (Northern Line), Warren Street (Victoria Line), and buses 18, 30, 73, 134 and 205 stop 3-5 minutes away on Euston Road.

Here's the location on Google to help you find your preferred route.

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