Secret Science Spots Campus Tour
The study of science at McGill University goes back 150 years, but there are hidden pockets of history that will surprise even the most avid McGill chronicler. From the underground stream near Burnside Hall and the role it played in the life of geologist George Mercer Dawson, to the Duke of Edinburgh’s unpublicized visit to the toilets at the old Biology (now James) Building in 1952, this tour will enlighten and entertain. (In English).
PHOTO: George the gorilla at Redpath Museum circa 1940s. McGill University Archives PR001339.
Meet front steps Redpath Museum. ACTIVITÉ GRATUITE/ FREE. Bienvenue à tous. Il est nécessaire de réserver. 514-398-3128 OU darhelp.science [at] mcgill.ca.