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Peabody Museum of Natural History (Yale University


category : Museums
Brontosaurus and Stegosaurus haunt the Great Hall of Dinosaurs, where Rudolph Zallinger's famous Age of Reptiles mural spans 108 feet. Live animals inhabit, exhibits on Native America, Ancient Egypt, human origins, birds, minerals, meteorites. Gift shop.


Admission: Adults $7, seniors $6, children and students(3-18) $5. Free admission Thu. 2-5.
Address: 170 Whitney Ave.
I-91 Ex. 3
Phone: (203) 432-5050
Our Website:www.Peabody.Yale.edu

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