New Darwin Centre Opens Soon
09 Sep 2009
The new Darwin Centre is set to open to the public on 15th September. To mark the launch, there will be a special event attended by HRH Prince William.
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The new Darwin Centre will shortly open to the public — there will be a celebration event to officially mark the opening of the new building. It will be attended by His Royal Highness Prince William of Wales who will be joined by Sir David Attenborough and other important Museum supporters.
The VIP event is by invitation only on September 14th — it is the Museum’s celebration event to officially mark the opening. The official opening to members of the public will be on 15 September.
It is haled as being a state-of-the-art science and collections facility and the building is the most significant expansion at the Natrual History Museum since it moved to South Kensington in 1881.
It will allow visitors to see world-leading scientists at work, incredible specimens, exciting displays and much more. Visit the Darwin Centre from 15 September. Entrance is free and the Centre will open between 10.00 — 17.50
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