The Senckenberg Natural History Collections Dresden organises monthly colloquia that provide an insight into current geoscientific and zoological research topics. The zoological colloquia are mostly presented in English.
The geoscientific colloquia take place in the Japanese Palace, but the zoological colloquia in the lecture hall of the research location “Senckenberg Natural History Collections” in Dresden-Klotzsche.
Details – including last-minute change notices – can be found on the respective announcement pages:
Colloquia at the research location of “Senckenberg Naturhistorischen Sammlungen Dresden” are held behind the “Landesamt für Archäologie”, Zur Wetterwarte 7, 01109 Dresden
Tram line 7 (towards Weixdorf), Station: “Industriepark Klotzsche”.
Public holidays, Easter Monday, Whitsunday, 25th and 26th of December: 10:00 am to 6pm
Closed on the 24th and 31st of December, January 1st and Good Friday
Closed on Mondays
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