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Museum Memories Video

Throughout the 90 years the University of Michigan Museum of Natural History (UMMNH) has occupied its current home in the Ruthven Museums Building, hundreds of thousands of people have admired the beautiful Albert Kahn-designed rotunda, stood in awe of dinosaur and mastodon skeletons, or learned about the night sky in the planetarium.

Since the announcement of the Museum’s move to the new Biological Sciences Building (BSB), opening in 2019, many people have shared heartfelt stories with staff.

Read some memories and share your own on our Museum Memories website!