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Harvard Museum of Natural History, Boston

Harvard Museum of Natural History - Boston, Massachusetts
Harvard Museum of Natural History
26 Oxford Street, Cambridge, MA 02138Map
+1 617 495 3045
Overview

Harvard Museum of Natural History is one of the University's most visited museums. With exhibits of dinosaurs, meteorites, gemstones and hundreds of mammals from all over the world, in addition to the world famous collection of 3000 Blaschka Glass Flowers, you can see why the museum is so popular. The museum also has host fantastic temporary exhibits throughout the year. In the past the museum has hosted exhibits such as New England Forests and Language of Color. There's always something new to see. Check website for more.

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By Museumgoer | Posted 10/12/10
  The Blaschka Sea Creatures in Glass exhibition was temporary, and is closed, but see new exhibitions, The Language of Color (how animals communicate with color); Headgear --on the evolution of horns and antlers), Evolution, Climate Change: Our Global Experiment. You're guaranteed a fascinating time exploring 12,000 specimens from all over the world. Kids won't want to miss the 42 foot long prehistoric Kronosaurus. And the museum is just a 6-8 minute walk from Harvard Square....   Read More
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Harvard Museum of Natural History General Information
  • Open Hours: Monday to Sunday from 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM
  • Type: Science & Technology, Arts & Museums
  • Credit Cards Accepted: mastercard, amex, visa
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