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The CU Museum is going virtual! We're offering a wide range of online exhibits and resources for students, families, and community members.
Featuring five exhibition galleries to explore natural and human history through engaging and interactive displays. Open seven days a week and always free!
Take your curiosity on a play date. Free programs engage children and families throughout the year.
With nearly five million objects, the CU Museum houses the largest natural history collection in the region.
Engage with experts and artists while meeting others who share your passion for natural and cultural history.
Hands-on learning with real objects enriches the classroom experience. Check out our guided tours, workshops, and kit programs.
We offer a Master's of Science in Museum & Field Studies as well as a Professional Certificate for museum professionals and graduate students in other departments.
Join us and become a part of the story. From exhibits and programs to research and collections, your support helps bring science and culture to life for current and future generations.
Upcoming Lecture: Robin Wall Kimmerer, Author of Braiding Sweetgrass
Tuesday, December 8, 4 PM via Zoom. Learn more
Join us online for lectures and programs.
Go behind the scenes of the CUMNH in our new podcast.
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Weekly blog featuring objects from our collection.
Activities and projects for family fun at home.
The BATP is a living resource that preserves the cherished place of apple trees in Boulder culture.
Snakes play an important role in the ecosystems in which they live. Explore all 29 species found here in Colorado!
Learn about how this rapidly advancing field can help us expand our understanding of evolution.
Discover the many ways that bats contribute to the ecosystem and our understanding of human health. ES
Free programs and hands-on exhibits engage children and families throughout the year.
Family DaysMornings at the MuseumBirthday Parties
Check out our programs for lectures and workshops. Study or meet with students in the Biolounge. Use the museum for a class project!
BioLoungeStudents Using the MuseumFaculty Using the Museum
AIA Lecture SeriesTree Walks
Our guided programs are fun, interactive, and developed to address state and local school curriculum standards.
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Join us today and support the Museum’s ongoing mission of research, education, and stewardship of the largest collection of natural and human history artifacts in the Rocky Mountain Region. Learn more about becoming a Museum Insider!