Cleveland Museum of Natural History
The Cleveland Museum of Natural History started more than 100 years ago in a small, wooden building located on Public Square. Inside, visitors could view a few exhibits about wildlife and the world.
It’s changed quite a bit in the following century, growing to show off some of the most impactful scientific discoveries and to also host ongoing research about the world around us. And it continues to change, as an ongoing large-scale renovation project reworks the building at 1 Wade Oval Dr.
The museum’s history, current work and future are all captured in CMNH’s new exhibit, “100 Years of Discovery.”
The showcase is on display until July 24, 2022. Admission to the exhibit is included with museum tickets, which range from $14 to $17, with free admission for museum members and for kids under two years old.
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