Stressed out by modern life? So were the Victorians!
Enter the world of Victorian England for this interactive event, and discover the Museum of the History of Science at night.
Explore the hectic pace of the 1800s with Oxford researchers, get involved with Morse code, take a turn at the sexual health tombola, and discover the Victorian's obsession over digestion.
Record your adventure, dress up as a Victorian, and have your photograph taken in our photobooth.
This is a free, ticketed drop-in event. There are two time slots for the event to help reduce crowding. These run 6-7.30pm or 7.30-9pm. We recommend you pre-book tickets athttps://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/victorian-speed-the-long-history-of-fast-living-registration-49259062181?aff=efbevent. (It may be possible to turn up on the night, but only if space allows).
This event was created with the Diseases of Modern Life research project at the University of Oxford.
Public Engagement with Research
Contact name: Robyn Haggard
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Audience: Open to all