‪Harvard Museum of Natural History‬

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kleic
سان أنطونيو, تكساس896 مساهمة
أبريل 2022
‪Like several other reviewers, I sought this place out because I was interested in the glass flowers (go to the Museum of Glass in Corning, New York if you like glass!) but discovered a whole wonderful world here. I used to visit the Natural History Museum in New York from time to time but it always felt overwhelming and overwhelmed with people. This place is just the opposite. Wander through rooms to discover everything from an up-close view of a baleen to dinosaurs I didn't even know existed to the most remarkable display of minerals I've ever seen. We went first thing on a weekday and ended up spending almost three hours just wandering. What a treasure! The gift shop is absolutely fabulous too.‬
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travveller95
Augusta, Maine279 مساهمة
الأصدقاء • مارس 2022
‪We went to see the glass flowers, which, let’s face it, start to blend together after about fifteen minutes. Or, in my case, less. They’re amazing and it was very interesting to learn the history of how they were made, but I can take only so many flowers, longitudinal and cross sections of flower parts, and plant roots. Thankfully, there is a small room of glass sea creatures, with a video, right next door and that was incredible. An amazing room full of gems and minerals, including HUGE geodes, is also on the same floor. I wandered over to the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology (included with admission) to see the gallery about Penobscot canoe building and got an introduction to Ethnology, which was just amazing. These museums deserve a whole afternoon and return visits. I suppose kids would like to look at the awesome stuff, which would be a good toe-in-the-water, but having the time to look, read, and reflect makes this a wonderful learning opportunity for adults.‬
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hrobinson1114
ناشفيل, ‪Tennessee‬2,511 مساهمة
بمفردك • فبراير 2022
‪This was a great museum! It covers paleontology, sea life, bacteria/microbes, dinosaurs, mammals, fish. They have a whole section of fossils covering very rare animals! Some of which don’t even have specific names and we don’t know what they looked like—we just have their bones! Isn’t that intriguing and wonderful! There is one they just call Morphus—some type of hoofed animal. There is also a display of animals that existed in South America when it still functioned like an island—a giant sloth, a giant armadillo ancestor, another creature I never imagined existed. Terrifying, freaky, and cool!

They also have an amazing, beautiful two-tiered room that contains whale skeletons and taxidermy mammal specimens. Fascinating, beautiful—it filled me with awe to see the giant wales and all the species collected in Harvard’s collection. Great photo ops too! Specimens are from all around the world.

This museum also has an expansive collection of birds.

Another cool thing is their glass sea-life and glass flower collections. Decades ago, people used to make specimens (such as plants, flowers, sea animals) out of glass to serve as educational models. These are so amazingly detailed and lifelike and wonderful to see.

They also have a great rock/mineral exhibit!

So much to see here! And the staff was super nice too. Please note timed reservations are in effect.

15 dollars gets you all this AND the Peabody museum that’s connected. Fantastic deal.‬
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Mikhael DH
مونتريال, كندا11 مساهمة
ديسمبر 2021
‪An amazing and unique museum. You could easily spend your whole day there. The Glass Flowers exhibition is particularly impressive.‬
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Sait Elibol
إزمير, تركيا208 مساهمات
مايو 2021
‪Harvard Museum of Natural History was one of my best experience in USA. Very compact and easy to tour while including priceless glass flowers. I was there actually in April 2014 but TA has only May 19 in its visit-time!‬
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Marisa L
بوسطن, ماساتشوستس63 مساهمة
فبراير 2020
‪I visited before Covid and had such a great time. The museum isn't huge, but there is a lot to see. When we went there were even staff members doing demonstrations and holding some animals. Whenever the museum reopens I can't wait to go back.‬
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Sait Elibol
إزمير, تركيا208 مساهمات
مايو 2019
‪Harvard Museum of Natural History was one of my best experience in USA. Very compact and easy to tour while including priceless glass flowers. I was there actually in April 2014 but TA has only May 19 in its visit-time!‬
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Fan Zhang(张帆)
تشارلوت, ‪North Carolina‬9 مساهمات
ديسمبر 2019
‪I love ancient fossils and the museum can satisfy me. It has some unique specimen like dinosaurs, mines and others‬
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ModdyinVermont
نيو أورلينز, لويزيانا206 مساهمات
يوليو 2019
‪Do not miss the glass flower exhibit, or Nabakov's butterfly collection. Good natural history exhibits. On a nice area of Harvard's campus.‬
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John379
West Chester, Pennsylvania, USA608 مساهمات
فبراير 2020
‪The Natural History Museum was an amazing place from the Glass Flowers which are certainly one of the more amazing things I've seen. The minerals and gemstones section are not to be missed. It's worth the visit and we will return.‬
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