Museum opening hours: 10AM to 5PM.

Crime Scene: Insects!

What on earth do insects have to do with crime?

What on earth do insects have to do with crime? They are more than just a fly on the wall witness, and this workshop will demonstrate exactly what investigators use insects for. You will even get to attempt some crime-solving methods using flies and maggots...

Come and try something a bit different with staff and students from Portsmouth University's Criminology and Forensic Studies course.

Where: Portsmouth Museum
When: Thursday 30 May
Time: 10.30am - 11.30am and 2pm - 3pm.
Suitable for: Children age 10+ All children must be accompanied by an adult. Max 2 children per adult and 2 adults per child.
Cost: Free. Booking is advised as places are limited. Please telephone 023 9281 5276.

Portsmouth Museum

In the ‘Story of Portsmouth’ you can discover how life at home has changed over the centuries, with reconstructions of a 17th century bedchamber, an 1871 dockyard worker’s kitchen, a Victorian parlour, a 1930s kitchen and a 1950s living room.

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