Harvard University Art Museums
The Harvard University Art Museums are widely acclaimed for the quality of their extensive collections, including European and North American painting, prints, and photography (Fogg Museum); ancient, Asian, Islamic, and Indian arts (Sackler Museum); and German Expressionist painting (Busch-Reisinger Museum).

Harvard University Art Museums
    Busch-Reisinger Museum
    Fogg Art Museum
    Sackler Museum
    Straus Center for Conservation

  "Extra Ordinary Every Day" This installation of Bauhaus objects examines the intersection of fine art and useful things by means of visual analogies.


Harvard Museum of Natural History
The HMNH is a public museum associated with several Harvard scientific research collections. It offers exhibitions, educational opportunities, family activities, and an international travel program.

Harvard Museum of Natural History
Botanical Museum (including Glass Flowers Exhibit)
    Mineralogical & Geological Museum
    Museum of Comparative Zoology

Arnold Arboretum
Designed by famed landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, the Arboretum is a research institute and living museum dedicated to the study of botany and horticulture.

Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments
A collection of over 15,000 artifacts dating from the 15th century to the present covering a broad range of scientific disciplines.

Fisher Museum at the Harvard Forest
Located in Petersham, Massachusetts, the Fisher Museum sponsors exhibits related to forest history and ecology.

Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology
The Peabody Museum is devoted to the study of prehistoric and historic cultures. Its renowned collections are open to the public through exhibits and educational programs.

  The Ethnography of Lewis and Clark
The Peabody Museum holds several Native American objects believed to have been collected by explorers Lewis & Clark. These items provide valuable insight into the material culture of Native American tribal groups.

Semitic Museum
The University's collection of Near Eastern archaeological artifacts represents all major areas of the ancient world. The Museum sponsors exhibits from its own collection or on loan from other museums.

Warren Anatomical Museum
One of the country's leading medical museums, the Warren Anatomical Museum contains approximately 13,000 items including pathological specimens, anatomical models, photographs and illustrations, and medical instruments.

Digital Harvard: Museums
Digital Harvard features some online exhibitions by and digital resources from Harvard's museums, including the Harvard University Art Museums catalog and a Web site about the Arnold Arboretum's lilacs.

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