This exhibit illustrates the diversity of North American cultures, as seen through the objects produced by indigenous peoples of the nineteenth century.
Founded in 1866, the Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology is one of the oldest museums in the world devoted to anthropology. Housing one of the most comprehensive records of human cultural history in the Western Hemisphere, this venue is a unique choice for your next event.
This exhibit explores the native cultures of Latin America before and after 1492, when the first voyage of Christopher Columbus initiated dramatic worldwide changes.
Gallery tours available, Air Conditioning on the first floor, Handicapped accessible
Private events available during non-operating hours
Polices and Procedures
- Peabody Museum policies regarding events may be modified under special circumstances. The Museum reserves the right to cancel, should circumstances dictate.
- Harvard Security may be required at an additional fee
- A list of six recommended caterers is available, with payment due directly to the caterer.
- Gallery tours may be available during an event for an additional fee. To schedule a gallery talk, please allow as much notice as possible to ensure availability.