Wild About Plymouth: Britain's Ocean City
  • Marine Biological Association, Citadel Hill, Plymouth PL1 2PB

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Join Professor John Spicer from Plymouth University on a special tour through Plymouth exploring the city’s unique marine science history. 

We will visit the Marine Biological Association where marine science really began in the UK, and walk down to the Barbican visiting key spots along the way. Find out what makes our city an international base for marine science research.

This event will involve a lot of walking and standing. This is a special event for adults. 

Meet at the front of the Marine Biological Association.

Tickets are £3 per person and can be purchased via the Eventbrite webpage*.

* Please note that this event is available to book online through Eventbrite. Eventbrite is a third-party data capture tool which is not owned or managed by Plymouth University. Information about how your data is treated can be found on Eventbrite’s Privacy Policy webpage. If you wish to attend this event but do not wish to use Eventbrite to book your place, please contact the Wild About Plymouth team using the details below.

Wild About Plymouth

Wild About Plymouth (WAP) is a family-friendly natural history group that is open to anyone in the Plymouth area. It is led by enthusiastic experts from Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery with support from Plymouth University and a range of other partners.

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