Visiting Grant's Museum of Zoology
This small, but oh so fascinating museum is the last university zoological museum still in existence in the capital and it holds 67,000 animal specimens, covering the entire animal kingdom. It was established in 1828 by Robert Edmund Grant who was am important biologist who apparently influenced Charles Darwin in his studies. Grant used the collection at the museum for teaching students.
Today it's open for visitors and even if you're not all that much into biology, this museum will surprise you.
There are animals you've never heard of like the quagga, there's a jar of 18 little moles an entire python skeleton and lots and lots more.
We spent two hours in the museum, but I could've easily spent a couple of hours more.
Fascinated? Check out when to go on their website.