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The Fisher Museum's main exhibit displays 23 internationally acclaimed models (dioramas) portraying the history, conservation and management of central New England forests.

Other exhibits at the museum represent the range of ecological research at the Harvard Forest. Outdoors, our system of interpretive trails provide additional opportunities for learning.

2017-2018 Exhibit

HEMLOCK HOSPICE

Presented by David Buckley Borden (Artist-in-residence), Aaron Ellison (Senior Ecologist), and Salua Rivero (2017 summer undergraduate intern)

Exhibition on view (free) in the Fisher Museum and via a self-guided tour from October 7, 2017 to November 2018.
Learn more about the exhibit.

Please note: From Oct. 8 to Nov. 18, 2017, we are offering a limited number of 2.5-hour guided tours (Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays) of the Hemlock Hospice field installation. These tours are only available for group sizes under 25. The cost is $300. If you are interested, please contact hf-edu@fas.harvard.edu.

 

Dioramas