100 Years of Discovery


The Cleveland Museum of Natural History holds five million specimens, protects more than 12,000 acres of natural habitats in Northeast Ohio, and welcomes more than 375,000 visitors each year to see Balto the famous sled dog, Lucy the Australopithecus afarensis, Dunk the Dunkleosteus. Visitors are drawn to Perkins Wildlife Center, the Shafran Planetarium, and many other attractions. Now in he midst of a $150 million, 10-year expansion and renovation transformation, CMNH is preparing for its next century of discovery.

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Think & Drink with the Extinct: Get Groovy with Lucy at Natural History Museum 
The Cleveland Museum of Natural History will be partying like it's 1974 on Thursday, June 20 with a retro version of its Think & Drink (with the Extinct) event: Get Groovy With Lucy. The museum will celebrate the discovery of Australopithecus Lucy, along with partners from Kent State University and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in this adult cocktail, 70s themed event. Costumes welcome!
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