Learn More About Mother Earth and Her Inhabitants at the Harvard Museum of Natural History
The Harvard Museum of Natural History gives guests a glimpse into the inner workings of Mother Nature. What lies beneath the earth’s crust? How ferocious (and enormous) were the dinosaurs that once roamed the earth? How does the history of climate change predict the future? These are just a few of the questions you’ll be able to answer after your visit.
Check out the collection of glass flowers, which showcase more than 830 plant species crafted by a father-son duo of Czech glass artists. It reveals the intricacies of plant life through 4,000 stunning, life-like models. Then visit “Earth & Planetary Sciences,” an exhibit that unveils thousands of glimmering minerals typically hidden beneath the earth’s surface. “Climate Change: Our Global Experience” traces the history and potential future of changing temperatures and ecosystems, and “Cenozoic Mammals” uncovers facts about dinosaurs that lived millions of years ago.