The Paper Museum
University of Aberdeen Zoology Museum
Come to the Zoology Museum to add your drawing to The Paper Museum.
At the Zoology Museum, we’ll have a drawing activity running
all month: The Paper Museum. Grab a card, draw something you see, and
add it to the wall – then create your own museum by organising your own and
others’ drawings however you want to.
Mon 02 Oct
all weekdays in October, 10am - 4pm
Also check our What’s On page (Current and Upcoming Events | Museums and Special Collections | The University of Aberdeen (abdn.ac.uk)) for facilitated drawing sessions
using specimens from the zoology collection related to this year’s Big Draw
Festival theme: Drawing with Senses.
More info / book »
This is a free event
Suitable for ages:
University of Aberdeen Museums and Special Collections
Family Friendly Facilities: Toilets are located on the ground floor of the building, including an accessible toilet and changing facilities, as well as free period products in line with the Scottish Government’s initiative.
Seating is available in the foyer of the zoology building, food and drink is allowed in this area and in the Cruickshank Gardens but no food or drink is permitted within the museum galleries.
There are no food outlets available in the building, however there are numerous cafes and food outlets on campus.
There are two entrances to the Zoology museum; on Tillydrone avenue at the top of the stairs or via Cruickshank Gardens. For pram access we suggest entering via Cruickshank Gardens as there are multiple stairs via Tillydrone avenue.
Please note that upon entering the upper gallery, there are three small steps up to the main gallery level, and access from Cruickshank Gardens does involve a walk from parking spaces.
The doors at both entrances to the Zoology building are automatic and wheelchair accessible. For wheelchair access and mobility assistance, there is a lift, please press the buzzer and a member of staff will operate this.For further information on disabled access please see AccessAble.