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Michigan State University Museum
West Circle Drive
East Lansing, Michigan
Phone: (517) 355-2370
Statement of Purpose:
Natural and cultural history focusing on Michigan in relation to the world.
- Heritage Hall -- Includes exhibits such as a fur traders cabin and a country store.
- Hall of World Cultures -- A collection of artifacts from different cultures around the world.
- Hall of Evolution -- Exhibits explaining evolution, including dinosaur bones and other fossils.
- Habitat Hall -- Animals are shown in their natural habitats, such as the tundra, rain forest, and desert.
- Animal Diversity -- This exhibit, which is still presently being installed, will showcase many different animals, including some endangered species. It will focus on the destruction of habitats and the human impact on nature. The exhibit will be completed by fall.
The Michigan State University Museum gives visitors a wonderful opportunity to explore the natural and cultural history surrounding this diverse world. Furthermore, the fact that the museum is somewhat smaller than other museums allows people to take their time to view the exhibits at a leisure pace.
M, T, W, F 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Th 9 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Sunday 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.
All exhibits are free to the general public.
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Key Personnel: Kurt Dewhurst, Museum Director
Don Beaver, Ornithology;
Janet Belknap, Store;
Val Berryman, History;
Kurt Dewhurst, Director;
Ruth Fitzgerald, Publications;
Richard Hill, Living Vertebrates;
Alan Holman, Paleontology;
Marsha Macdowell, Folk Arts;
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