Teaching and Classroom Resources

We have a selection of taught sessions and classroom resources available to support your visit to the museum.

Things To Do
Alongside our collection we have a range of activities for children to help them explore some of the museum themes, from dinosaurs to crystals!

Events
Throughout the year, the Sedgwick Museum runs events for children and adults. To find out more about these, please look at our Events page.

The Education Team
Our teachers pack should answer all your questions about the Sedgwick Museum, but if there’s more you want to know you can book a planning meeting with one of our Education Team.

drawing a fossil

Temporarily closed

Monday to Friday

10:00 to 13:00 & 14:00 to 17:00

Saturday
10:00 to 16:00 

Sunday
Closed



Sedgwick Museum Conservator, Sarah Wallace-Johnson, writes about working from home and using the opportunity to find fascinating things in nature in our own gardens.



Women’s contribution to geological science can be ‘seen and heard’ in the Collections at the Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences, and especially in the Archives.

On Sunday 8th March 2020 it’s International Women’s Day, an opportunity to celebrate women's achievement as well as raising awareness and taking action for equality. The Sedgwick Museum is using this important date in the calendar to talk about its collections from a different narrative, one that is equally valid but not previously visible.