Harvard Museum of Natural History
Museum reflects both the history of its affiliate museums and an evolution toward a twenty-first-century institution that presents cutting-edge research, addresses contemporary issues, and offers creative educational experience in a unique, intimate setting. Each year, more than 250,000 people take advantage of all that the Harvard Museum of Natural History has to offer. Visitors include more than 40,000 school children in groups; adults and children from throughout the region; and tourists from around the country and the world. The Harvard Museum of Natural History is the most-visited attraction at Harvard—for its historical collections, its temporary exhibitions, and its new permanent galleries.
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