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Tours of the Sainsbury Laboratory in September- Fully Booked

last modified Sep 05, 2013 02:00 PM

Please note this event is now fully booked.

 

Any enquiries regarding tickets should be addressed to the Open Cambridge team:

Email: opencambridge@admin.cam.ac.uk
Call: 01223 766766

 

The Sainsbury Laboratory is participating in Open Cambridge on Saturday 14 September. Free tours will be given of the award-winning Lab by architects from Stanton Williams and SLCU staff.

From the programme:

10am–11.30am, 12noon–1.30pm, 2pm–3.30pm, 4pm–5.30pm
Tours of the award-winning Sainsbury Laboratory will be given by Stanton Williams architects and the laboratory's staff to include aspects of their plant science research.  Please note that admission to the laboratory does not include admission to the Botanic Garden.
Tour, Adults, Fully accessible. Pre-book*

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