Travel back in time at the Harvard Museum of Natural History and explore the amazing world of dinosaurs, Ice Age mammals, trilobites, and other fossils. Consider how the planet itself has changed over time. Investigate human ancestors through fossils. Meet Harvard scientists and hear about their research. Examine rare specimens, search for clues about the past in common fossils, and make your own models.
The Harvard Museum of Natural History presents a weekend afternoon program for middle-school children and their families. Renowned authors, Harvard faculty, and other scientists offer educational and entertaining presentations on their latest work. In this session we'll hear from Paleontologist Dr. Kirk Johnson of the Denver Museum of Nature & Science.
David Sedaris is performing at the Sanders Theatre, Memorial Hall on Saturday, May 7, 2011 at 8:00pm. His performances sell out fast so buy tickets now! Seeing Mr. Sedaris perform at a fantastic venue - the Sanders Theatre, Memorial Hall is really a great way to spend a Spring evening out with friends.
A fun studio that offers classes and open studio. The open studio offers projects that are adaptable to just about all ages. 3 to 4 projects are set up simultaneously and change weekly. $12 per child per hours with includes all materials. Offerings include projects such as:
The Harvard Museum of Natural History offers a number of Summer Science Weeks for kids. Through games, activities, and observation in the galleries, students conduct scientific investigations, explore earth and study ocean animals.
The museum has many great afterschool programs including a Kids' Club where kids can explore topics in depth, an Animal Artists Club for kids who love animals and art, and lots of interesting vacation programs. Ages range from preschool to 8th grade.