When Mother Nature calls over Massachusetts way, it's the Berkshires, a rugged mountain range stretching across the western edge of the state, that pick up, a place popular with outdoorsy types for the abundance of trails on offer and the arts-oriented for the local selection of cultural attractions.
Visitors to the Harvard Museum of Natural History are treated to a visual trip that runs from long-gone dinosaurs to brightly colored arthropods, exquisite glass flowers to glittering geodes. Trace the evolution of prehistoric creatures into modern species in the Zoological Galleries and be sure to see what's on in the special exhibit spaces before concluding your tour. General admission to the Harvard Museum of Natural History also includes entry to the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology adjacent.
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