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Nature Through Roman Eyes

Inspired by the 1st century AD Roman writer Pliny the Elder’s encyclopaedic work The Natural History. 6 April – 30 October 2018

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What's on

What's on at Manchester Museum


The South Asia Gallery

Find out more about our upcoming Courtyard Project

Roman Wordsquare

Is this scrap of Roman amphora, found in Manchester, the earliest evidence of Christianity in Britian?


We have loads of wonderful objects on display in our permanent galleries from the natural world and different cultures.

Food & Drink

Teacup Kitchen has transformed Cafe at the Museum to offer a wide selection of new mains and kids menu.

Living Worlds

Living Worlds explores the relationship between people and nature. We affect nature and nature affects us.

Pest in show?

Take a look at our hugely varied Entomology collection

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