Temporary Exhibits

Dinosaurs Take Flight: The Art of Archaeopteryx

Dinosaurs are taken to new heights in Dinosaurs Take Flight: The Art of Archaeopteryx. Discovered in 1861, Archaeopteryx provides a critical bridge between dinosaurs and birds. Its fossils have been critical to our understanding of the origin of birds, and the origin of flight. Click here to read more...

 

PEABODY2

Located at 1 Broadway in the heart of New Haven, the gallery features a parade of stunning objects from the Museum’s division of anthropology. Click here to read more...

 

Heritage at Risk

The destruction of cultural heritage occurs across the globe, from natural disasters and environmental degradation to deliberate human action. Click here to read more...

 

Mightier than the Sword: The Allure, Beauty and Enduring Power of Beads

The meanings of beads cut across cultures and time; they force us to acknowledge our common humanity. Click here to read more....

Now on view within the Department of Anthropology at 51 Hillhouse Avenue, New Haven