Zoology museum reopens after £4m facelift
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Cambridge Museum of Zoology reopens after £4m facelift

The Cambridge Zoology Museum has reopened after a £4m refurbishment.

It opened in 1814, but has been closed since 2013 for a revamp. The museum has two million specimens, housed in the Sir David Attenborough building.

The presenter said the museum was "of the highest importance".

  • 21 Jun 2018
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