Would you like to—

See how much a dinosaur’s tooth grew in one day 150 million years ago?

Grade a student’s 4,000-year-old geometry homework?

Learn about the meteorites that helped establish Yale as a center of modern science?

From now through 2024, we’re renovating and expanding the Yale Peabody Museum’s galleries to showcase your old favorites while sharing more of our collections. We’re looking beyond the Peabody’s walls and inviting collaborators, ranging from artists to engineers to students, to tell new—and forgotten—stories. Would you like to join us?

We’re reaching out to you to help us become a better 21st-century museum for the New Haven, Yale, and research communities we’re a part of. If you would like to lend your voice to the Peabody’s exhibitions, please contact us at peabody.exhibitions@yale.edu.

The Peabody’s iconic dioramas and dinosaurs, the dazzling minerals in David Friend Hall, and the beloved The Age of Reptiles and The Age of Mammals murals by Rudolf Zallinger are all awaiting your return. Stay tuned!