Now open, this exhibit explores the fascinating lives of microbes.
Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka meticulously shaped glass into lifelike models of marine and terrestrial animals
The Glass Flowers gallery has reopened.
This small exhibit examines the evolution of the orb web.
This historic gallery, constructed in 1872, reflects the grand vision of Harvard Professor Louis Agassiz
Explore displays of real fishes, mollusks, crustaceans, corals, and other marine organisms
Open 9:00 am-5:00 pm daily
Come see more than 2,000 models, representing more than 830 plant species, created by glass artisans Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka.
What’s the buzz at the Harvard Museum of Natural History? It’s all about BEES! After a long winter nap, our honeybee hive is humming again. The hive is located in Arthropods: Creatures That Rule.
On Saturday, June 16 at 2:00 pm Katrina van Grouw, author of The Unfeathered Bird, will explain why Charles Darwin chose to liken his theory of evolution to the selective breeding of domesticated animals, changed by the hand of man.