The Bournemouth Natural Science Society (BNSS) is a registered charity whose aims have little changed since its formation in 1903: to promote study, interest and enjoyment in all branches of the Natural Sciences and History.
The Society runs an extensive programme of events throughout the year, including lectures, museum open days, exhibitions, study groups, field meetings, cultural visits and social activities. Click here to find out more about us or click here for our upcoming Special Events.
Our events are open to everyone!
Visiting non-members please leave a donation, or why not become a member of our Society? Donations and member subscriptions are vital so we can continue to run such a varied programme of events throughout the year and maintain our museum building and its collections.
Coming up next at the BNSS...
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January to March 2015 programme now available!
The 2015 Young Explorers programme is now available to view too! Click here to see what we will be learning about this year!
Join us on Wednesday the 18th of February between 10am-1pm for ‘Adventurcation’ - a family drop in day to entertain young children during mid term break!
Working in partnership with Arts University Bournemouth the day will consist of exciting workshops with an added artistic twist.
Come meet the biggest owl species in the world, engage in artist workshops, and go on an interactive adventure trail to learn about our collections.
The event is aimed to educate and inspire, combining the natural sciences with artistic disciplines for a memorable day out!
January to March 2015
Full event programme online now!
Details online now!
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Become a member of our Society today!
As a registered charity, donations and member subscriptions are vital so we can continue to run such a varied programme of events throughout the year and maintain the museum building and its collections.
To find out more about how you can support the BNSS, click HERE