The UWSP Museum of Natural History is a small natural history museum located on the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point campus in Stevens Point, WI. Our museum provides for exhibition of the museum's collections and serves as a teaching and learning resource for schools and the regional public community.
Our exhibits include the following: Menominee Clans (Native American) carved figures, rocks and minerals collection, dioramas highlighting wildlife and ecosystems, one of the last passenger pigeons hunted in Wisconsin, 1800s era egg collection, African savanna and waterhole exhibits, a northern Wisconsin exhibit, a full-size Allosaurus skeleton, a tyrannosaurus skull that roars, and much more.
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