Manchester Museum

As well as having some of the specimens Darwin collected, The Manchester Museum was opened by The University of Manchester (formerly Owens College), following advice from the scientist T.H. Huxley.

The Museum building was designed by Alfred Waterhouse (who also designed the Natural History Museum in London) and reflects Charles Darwin‘s evolutionary principles.

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