Museums in Ann Arbor, MI - Page 1

Find museums in Ann Arbor, MI. Listings include Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum, Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum, University of Michigan Museum of Natural History, UMMA: University of Michigan Museum of Art, DeadSexyTattoo.com and Kelsey Museum of Archaeology. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

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Geoxhibit

120 E Huron St, Ann Arbor 48104

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  • 12/08/19
    Ann Arbor was the first metropolitan area to implement LED street lighting in 2006. 133 years ago, there were just 63 street lights in Ann Arbor. The Ann Arbor Courier article from December 8, 1886 t...
    > Washtenaw County Historical Society
  • 12/03/19
    Our last Giving Tuesday request is for donations towards general supplies. We could use more archival things like bags, envelopes, and boxes. Our intern is requesting photo negative cleaner and Q-ti...
    > Argus Museum
  • 12/03/19
    Another thing we are looking to acquire is another, or more, external hard drive. Our intern is currently working on digitizing photographs and other archival materials. We would like to have multipl...
    > Argus Museum
  • 12/03/19
    Happy Giving Tuesday! This year the Argus Museum is asking for donations to put toward some essential things. One of our biggest needs right now is a new shelf for the basement. Currently, our inter...
    > Argus Museum
  • 12/03/19
    Don't forget, tomorrow is Giving Tuesday.
    > Argus Museum
  • 11/20/19
    Tomorrow evening the Michigan Archaeological Society will be hosting a talk by Prof. John O'Shea on his work beneath Lake Huron.
    > University of Michigan Museum of Anthropologi
  • 11/19/19
    We are pleased to announce the publication of our newest book! Remembering Archaeological Fieldwork in Mexico and Peru, 1961-2003: A Photographic Essay by Jeffrey R. Parsons, emeritus professor i...
    > University of Michigan Museum of Anthropologi
  • 11/19/19
    Congratulations to Prof. Michael Galaty, whose “Memory and Nation Building from Ancient Times to the Islamic State” has just won the Society for Albanian Studies 2019 Skender Book Prize! “ The 2019 Pr...
    > University of Michigan Museum of Anthropologi
  • 11/19/19
    Ann Arbor, MI, Portrait of a Knight Templar, taken by Ann Arbor photographer Samuel Revenaugh, circa 1880s. Samuel B. Revenaugh, was a well-known photographer. He was born on November 9, 1847. He enli...
    > Washtenaw County Historical Society
  • 11/18/19
    Congratulations to Prof. Rob Beck, whose “Fort San Juan and The Limits of Empire: Colonialism and Household Practice at The Berry Site" has been selected for a 2019 SAF Field Discovery Award!
    > University of Michigan Museum of Anthropologi
  • 11/15/19
    Name that movie?
    > Argus Museum
  • 11/13/19
    Pounded Murphy? Frost Alakezoot? Tannin Juice?? This Thursday come see anthropologist Lisa Young discuss how and what U-M students were eating a century ago. The talk is aided by work Young's student...
    > Bentley Historical Library
  • 11/11/19
    On the 11th hour on the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918, an armistice ended the fighting along the Western Front of World War I. In Ann Arbor, classes were canceled and people flooded the streets t...
    > Bentley Historical Library
  • 11/11/19
    November 11, 2019 is the 100th anniversary of Veteran's Day, honoring all of those who have served our country in war or peace. To our Veterans - THANK YOU for your service. Arthur Starr of Ypsilan...
    > Washtenaw County Historical Society