The Connecticut State Museum of Natural History offers a variety of exhibits, natural artifacts, lectures and…More workshops about the natural history of southern New England.
Located on the University of Connecticut campus, the museum features opportunities for discovery for anyone interested in learning about the relationship between people and the environment.
Connecticut Archaeology Center 2019 Hillside Road, Mansfield Storrs, CT06269 The Connecticut Archaeology Center works with the Connecticut State Museum of Natural History. The center works with…More local municipalities to help preserve natural history and artifacts found within the community. Officials at the CAC strive to teach a variety of audiences about history, preservation and the importance of conservation.
University of Connecticut School of Fine Arts 830 Bolton Rd, Storrs, CT06269 The School of Fine Arts at the University of Connecticut provides specialized training to students in the areas of…More music, drama, performance, design, art history and the visual arts. There are separate departments for Art and Art History, Dramatic Arts and Music, and the school enrolls more than 650 students in all three departments. Undergraduate and graduate programs are available to students, and open houses are held every fall and spring to allow prospective students to tour the campus and take in the opportunities that the School of Fine Arts has to offer.