Museum Closed to the Public
We continue to monitor the evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and prioritize the safety of our visitors, staff, students, and volunteers. In the interest of reducing the number of people on campus and slowing the opportunity for transmission, the university museums are closing to the public, at the end of business on Thursday, March 12 until further notice. All public programs, classes, and events have been canceled. Over the next few weeks we will be assessing the situation and reviewing options for when we will be able to re-open to the public.
The Peabody Museum is located at 11 Divinity Avenue, Cambridge, Massachusetts, on the Harvard University campus. It is connected to the Harvard Museum of Natural History, and one ticket admits a visitor to both museums.
In addition to exhibits, the Museum offers teacher workshops, interactive programs for children, classes and special events for families, and public lectures.
See the menu for more options.
The collections and associated documentation are available for teaching, research, publication, exhibition, replication of indigenous techniques, and artistic endeavors. The nature and conditions of use must be consistent with the Museum's commitment to the care of its collections. Allow at least three weeks' advance notice to schedule appointments.
For more on research, click here or inquire in writing to:
Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology
11 Divinity Avenue
Cambridge, Mass. 02138
Or via e-mail to: email@example.com
Membership & Rentals
Enjoy the benefits of membership.
Selected spaces in the Museum are available for evening receptions, dinners, and special events. See this page for rental information.
For a complete list of Peabody Museum contacts, click here.