The Museum of Natural History and Connecticut Archaeology Center are home to the University of Connecticut's Anthropological Collections and represents the largest repository of Connecticut Native American, colonial and industrial artifacts in existence. The Museum features an Archeology Museum with many Earth science activities and programming including Mining walk, Ponds by Night walk, Archeological Digs and Whale Watch. Educational programming also includes a kids' summer camp and other seasonal educational and cultural programs. Associated with the Museum, The Connecticut Archaeology Center, located at University of Connecticut in Storrs, serves a number of audiences with a variety of tools and services, and online pictures and descriptions of each of the major collections.


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