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Museum Closure on Mondays

last modified Mar 20, 2019 10:23 AM
The Museum of Classical Archaeology will close on Mondays, beginning Monday 29 April 2019.

MOCA's Cast Gallery will continue to be open to the public as normal 10am-5pm Tuesday to Friday and 10am-1pm on Saturdays during University term-time.

However, this significant change will allow the Museum to facilitate important collections care projects. Although we realise this decision will impact on access to our collection, we thank visitors for their support in this decision as we move to prioritise and preserve our objects for future generations.

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Rebecca Flemming has been appointed a Joukowsky Lecturer

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