CU Museum of Natural History

CU Museum of Natural History

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University of Colorado Museum of Natural History contributes to the knowledge of the natural world and human history through research, teaching, and public education. The Museum’s exhibition galleries are open to the public, free of charge, seven days a week and the Museum offers a variety of programs and events throughout the year.

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Up close look at damsel fly specimen.

Exams are near! What is your study plan? Drop by to learn the best tips and tricks for studying while you enjoy a free snack. We'll also share on-campus...

11/30 2pm
New Technologies and Architectural Insights on a 6th-century BCE Temple in Sicily

In this talk, Philip Sapirstein, University of Toronto, presents a recent digital and architectural restudy of the temple of Apollo at Syracuse. Built in...

11/30 7pm
CU student at Mesa Verde National Park

Please join us to learn more about the master's and professional certificate programs in Museum and Field Studies at the University of Colorado Boulder! This...

12/1 4pm
Close up image of a green and red apples.

All about apples! Join CU's Apple Tree Project team for an afternoon of discovering and sharing: connecting community, researchers and students. All will be...

12/2 3pm
CU Logo with snow-covered Flatirons behind

The CU Museum of Natural History will be closed December 24, 2022 though January 1, 2023 for the holidays. Guests can visit online at...

12/24

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