A Natural History of Michigan
The museum’s main exhibit takes you on a tour of some of the highlights of Michigan’s past. Fifty display cases present snapshots of our natural wonders and human experiences.
The hallway of Rowe Hall connecting the museum to the university's Human Relations Department features changing displays of recent museum acquisitions and rarely exhibited collection objects in addition to the traditional displays.
Grizzly bears are among the most dangerous animals in North America. Still, they have more to fear from humans than humans have to fear from them.