June25 , 2022

    Cleveland Museum of Natural History celebrates its 100-year anniversary with a special exhibit

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    The Cleveland Museum of Natural History celebrates its 100-year anniversary with a special exhibit, “100 Years of Discovery: A Museum’s Past, Present and Future.” The exhibit is included with general admission and free for members.

    The Cleveland Public Library begins its summer reading program on Monday, and the Cuyahoga Public Library begins its on June 5. Registration is open for both programs for readers of all ages, and prizes are on the table. Get ready to read!

     

    • WHERE:Kahn Hall
    • WHEN: – 

    Cleveland Museum of Natural History Visitor Updates

    OUR MUSEUM OF THE FUTURE IS IN PROGRESS.

    We are reinventing our Museum with an expansion of our campus and a complete redesign of all our exhibits—the most dramatic transformation in our 100-year history.

    PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS IN ADVANCE
    To ensure a quick check-in, we ask that you please purchase your tickets in advance. Reserve your tickets online or call 216.231.4600 (option #8 for nonmembers). Entry is not time-specific; tickets are valid for the entire day.

    Please visit our Know Before You Go page for the most up-to-date information.

    Cleveland Museum HOURS OF OPERATION

    Tuesday through Sunday: 10am–5pm
    The Museum is closed on New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day. The Museum closes at 4pm on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve.

    Cleveland Museum of Natural History PRICING

    Adult (19+): $17

    Senior (60+): $14

    Youth (3–18): $14
    Toddler (0–2): Free but ticket still required
    FREE Sundays for Cleveland and East Cleveland Residents
    Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Foundation Community Days: Free admission on Sundays for City of Cleveland and East Cleveland residents with proof of residency. Reserved tickets are required (see below). Ticket holders will be asked to present proof of residency at the ticket desk. Proof of residency can be any of the following:
    • A current Ohio driver’s license or state ID with a City of Cleveland or East Cleveland address 
    • Utility bill or bank statement with a Cleveland or East Cleveland address 
    • Medical insurance statement with a Cleveland or East Cleveland address 
    • Lease agreement or mortgage statement with a Cleveland or East Cleveland address 
    • Paystub or W2 with a Cleveland or East Cleveland address  
    Museums for All: $1 per ticket for up to 4 tickets with SNAP EBT card. Reserved tickets are required (see below). Ticket holders will be asked to present their SNAP EBT card at the ticket desk.

     

    Cleveland Museum of Natural History PARKING

    Cleveland Museum’s parking garage is located on the corner of Wade Oval Drive and East Boulevard.

    Cleveland Museum of Natural History HOURS OF OPERATION

    Monday through Thursday: 8am–5pm
    Friday and Saturday: 8am–8pm
    Sunday: 10am–5pm

    Cleveland Museum PARKING RATES

    General parking is $10 for the first two and a half hours, +$1 for each additional half hour, up to the daily maximum of $16. Special-event rates vary. Museum members receive a $6 flat-rate parking rate at all times. Parking is provided on a first-come, first-served basis and is intended for use by Museum visitors. Commuter parking is not permitted.