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Come face to face with Dippy the Diplodocus and be introduce to some of the Museum's hidden gems and treasures.
The Natural History Museum’s famous Diplodocus, known as Dippy is touring the UK from early 2018. And we’re thrilled to have been selected from hot competition as his first stop on that tour!
Harry Swift from Eastleigh in Hampshire was drawn at random from hundreds of budding scientists to help assist the reconstruction of Dippy the Diplodocus at Dorset County Museum.
It’s only two months until the Natural History Museum’s Dippy the Diplodocus arrives in Dorset in February 2018. Two of the Museum’s galleries are set to undergo some dramatic changes over the next few weeks to accommodate him.
A fully-funded Arts and Humanities Research Council South, Wales & West (SWW) Doctoral Training Partnership CDA studentship at Exeter and Southampton in collaboration with Dorset County Museum and Dorset History Centre
Dorset County Museum seeks to recruit part-time Visitor Services Assistants to cover, mainly, evenings and weekends.
Thu 8th Mar 2018 - 19:00
Mon 26th Mar 2018
Until Sun 22nd Jul 2018
Fri 6th Apr 2018 - 19:30
Sat 10th Feb 2018
Until Mon 7th May 2018
Wed 14th Mar 2018 - 19:00
Thu 31st May 2018 - 19:00
Thu 4th Jan 2018
Until Sun 18th Mar 2018
Mon 30th Jul 2018
Until Sun 25th Nov 2018