NEW HOME FOR THE UW-STEVENS POINT MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY
UW-Stevens Point is in the process of updating space for the Museum of Natural History. Our artifacts, beloved dioramas, and displays are in storage as we prepare the new permanent home in the Science Building’s first floor. The new space will allow visitor offerings such as live animals and additional interactives. We will also closely partner with the Blocher Planetarium and Pejsa Observatory for educational community-wide programming.
Please click graphic for more details on the ongoing museum move!
We are so excited to open our doors once again for the public. This professionally maintained academic resource includes outstanding research and teaching collections of preserved fish, reptiles, amphibians, birds, mammals, insects, plants, and fossils.
The Museum of Natural History is an integral educational entity within the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point concerned with diversity and relationships in nature and among cultures. We provide an opportunity for greater public understanding and appreciation for the world in which we live through exhibitions, education, research, and public service.