THERE is an opportunity to see skeletons, skulls and a two headed lamb held in a curious museum collection.

Bangor University's Brambell Natural History Museum, not usually open to the public, is taking part in the Open Doors event. Displays include ancient antlers, taxidermy and all manner of interesting specimens preserved in jars.

The Open Doors scheme offers the opportunity to have a look at some of Gwynedd and Conwy’s historical buildings, gardens, locations, interesting and unusual collections for free throughout September.

The Zoology Collection began as a teaching resource and is still a valuable asset in use today. The fascinating collection is on display in the museum housed in the Brambell Building.

The museum is open from 11am-1pm, on Saturday, September 28. For more information on other Open Doors events across North Wales visit