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The Exhibit Gallery at the Georgia Museum of Natural History

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Museums are not out-of-date places full of dusty, old, stuffed specimens. Come see for yourself! The current exhibit on display in the gallery highlights the physiographic, cultural, and biological diversity of the state of Georgia. On display are specimens from our bird, fish, insect, mammal, geology, herpetology, archaeology and zooarchaeology collections. 

The exhibit gallery is open to everyone for self-guided tours, but probably more suitable for groups with children over 5 years old. Tour group size is limited, so for large groups (8 or more), please call (706) 542-1663.

The Natural history Building is located on the University of Georgia Campus at the corner of East Campus Road and Cedar Street (101 Cedar Street). The Gallery is free to the public and typically open from 10 to 11:30 am and 1 to 4 pm on Mon-Fri. The Museum is closed on weekends and University Holidays.

Scroll down for a virtual tour of our previous carnivore exhibit as a series of slides in 4 parts







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