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Amazing collection of fossils of all types. Incredible to see these in person. Friendly and knowledgeable docents. Gives you a glimpse into some pioneers of this science and also shows Amherst College's long dedication to this subject. And it's free!
A wonderful natural history museum that has drawn us back numerous times, with and without delighted grandchildren, to explore the early geological history of the Connecticut River valley and just stand thoughtfully at the base of those huge feet of the mammoth and mastodon.
Places like this are why I use Trip Advisor. There is no way I would have been able to find this hidden gem on my own. Even as we parked the car next to the building and walked up to the entrance, my family thought we had the wrong place. And sure enough, inside an unmarked, plain-looking building was a... 更多
It is a really nice museum for all ages, is accessible and free. They have a lot of good artifacts, provides a lot of information, is appropriate for young children.
This working college museum has an impressive collection and we were amazed. Lots of fossils and gem stones. The displays are informative and well thought out. Admissions is free. We would recommend stopping in if you are in the area. PLEASE NOTE that there is construction across from the museum that makes parking and navigating a challenge. It was difficult... 更多
We were attending the Amherst College tour, and stopped at the Museum. The artifacts and displays were amazing. The museum housed full scale dinosaur models as well as englassed exhibits in the upper and lower level floors. Very impressive!
This is an amazing museum - centered around the unique geologic history of the Pioneer Valley which resulted in an abundance of dinosaur prints. Came away with a much better understanding of why the mid-section of the valley has stone-less soil unlike any other found in New England. Learned that the eastern part of the state used to be connected... 更多