Envisioning Yale’s New Home for Natural History
First Comprehensive Renovation in 90 Years
Following the Museum’s sesquicentennial in 2016, we are pleased to announce a major renovation project that will reinvent the Peabody for the 21st century and beyond, further establishing the Museum as a home for cutting-edge research, extraordinary education, and breathtaking exhibitions. We invite you to explore this site to learn more, and to experience this incredible transformation with us.
A few recent milestones and updates: The elevated bridge that connected the Peabody to the Kline Geology Lab is being demolished to create space (and light!) for the new Peabody Courtyard. Turner Construction installed the first drywall in the renovated Museum. And they’re moving a whole lot of dirt to install a new elevator that …
Want to make a difference? The Peabody is actively seeking funds during our renovation process to greatly improve the connection between the Museum’s collections and staff with Yale’s teaching and research missions. Click the button below to visit our Support page.