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    HMNH is awesome- all the exhibits bring out my inner child, full of wonder!

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    The recent renovations are very well done. The docents are friendly and knowledgeable. The collections will keep you coming back. The museums mission is to give the public access to Harvard’s scientific collections: you’ll be seeing items that Harvard scientists studied while unravelling the mysteries of our planet. Don’t forget to visit the attached Peabody Museum: your admission covers that anthropological collection as well.

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    Educating

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    This a great museum, a perfect choice if you enjoy animal anatomy. I could tour the halls for weeks. My only complaint is the strange, almost maze-like layout.

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    Revel in amazement at this Victorian-style maze of glass cases (mostly dead creatures). Inside, one will find prehistoric fossil invertebrates, reptiles, a Kronosaurus, over 3,000 glass flowers (commissioned in 1886, representing more than 830 plant species), a 1,642-lb amethyst geode, and the world’s largest turtle shell. Pro-Tip: MA residents get in for free on Wednesdays from 3 to 5 p.m. and on Sundays before noon (Bring ID, and remind them); plus, any paid admission also provides access to the adjacent Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology. Bring a date (or family) for the Comparative Zoology Exhibit!