Harvard Museum of Natural History

Spark your curiosity about the wonders of the natural world at Harvard University’s most-visited attraction. The Harvard Museum of Natural History is located steps from historic Harvard Yard and offers sixteen galleries, including the world-famous Blaschka Glass Flowers, thousands of rare minerals and sparkling gemstones, dinosaurs, whales, and hundreds of wildlife specimens from around the world.

Visiting with CityPASS

Save 47% on admission to Harvard Museum of Natural History plus 3 must-see attractions with Boston CityPASS tickets.

  • One simple purchase gives you admission to multiple attractions. And with 9 days to use your tickets, you’ll have plenty of time to spend at each attraction.
  • Save time researching. Only the best attractions, like Harvard Museum of Natural History, are included in CityPASS tickets. Rest assured you’re going to see the best Boston has to offer.
  • Admission to Harvard Museum of Natural History:
    Boston CityPASS: General admission to all permanent and special exhibits and special programs, plus admission to the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology
    Harvard Museum of Natural History will be closed through 2020.

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Fun to be had in Boston with the CityPASS
The CityPASS made site seeing so simple. We loved not having to wait in long lines for tickets and the locations on the CityPASS were kid approved. The passes were well worth the investment!
Boston CityPASS experience
Tasked by my wife to plan a 3-day weekend in Boston, CityPASS was the perfect choice to save us money and see the sights.
Totally worth it!
I bought a CityPASS for our trip to Boston and it was perfect. We went to the Museum of Science (the best!), the Franklin Park Zoo and the New England Aquarium. It was easy to schedule the visits and the passes were right on our phones. Also the price was just right. There were 4 of us, so technically one of the visits was free. Highly recommend Buying the passes.
Worth the Savings
The CityPASS for Boston was well worth it. We saved a significant amount of money visiting the museums and taking the cruise tour. Had a memorable time and it was worth it!
What a Bargain!
I spent three days in Boston in mid-December with my girlfriend and thankfully, she got us onto a CityPASS. I had no idea they even existed and in hindsight we saved ourselves the equivalent of a whole night's accommodation!

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