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Frank H. McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture

1327 Circle Park, Knoxville, TN 37996

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Upcoming Events

Exhibition: Debut, Recent Acquisitions

June 14, 2019–September 1, 2019 Debut: Recent Acquisitions features important acquisitions from the past four years in the McClung Museum’s eclectic arts...

6/19 9am
Summer Camp: Jurassic Kids

June 18-20, 9:00AM – 11:00AM: (ages 2–3, with caregiver) Cost: $35. Activities for toddlers and caregivers are inspired by dinosaurs and our permanent...

6/19 9am
Exhibition: Debut, Recent Acquisitions

June 14, 2019–September 1, 2019 Debut: Recent Acquisitions features important acquisitions from the past four years in the McClung Museum’s eclectic arts...

6/20 9am
Summer Camp: Jurassic Kids

June 18-20, 9:00AM – 11:00AM: (ages 2–3, with caregiver) Cost: $35. Activities for toddlers and caregivers are inspired by dinosaurs and our permanent...

6/20 9am
Exhibition: Debut, Recent Acquisitions

June 14, 2019–September 1, 2019 Debut: Recent Acquisitions features important acquisitions from the past four years in the McClung Museum’s eclectic arts...

6/21 9am

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Salazar Bonilla, Andrea Beatriz

Salazar Bonilla, Andrea Beatriz left a positive review 3/13/2019

Interesting

Campbell, Shannon K

Campbell, Shannon K left a positive review 1/26/2018

fantastic

Mason, Samantha Sue

Mason, Samantha Sue left a positive review 1/22/2019

Lecture by well experienced people with many credential to back up their presentation. Was nice to dig into a new topic within the field, while getting more details on some aspects we discuss in class lecture. They were open to questions at the end which was great. Thank you for offering these presentations. Only wish they werent so late, but i understand there are too many people with different schedules throught the day.

Eisenberg, Don

Eisenberg, Don left a positive review 11/7/2018

Excellent presentation! The author is very engaging, and a wonderful storyteller! Like Baskin Robbins, she served up scoop after scoop of the lives of each of the people in her book, to the delight of all! Like examining a diamond, she concentrated on the facet of women's involvement with the Manhattan Project in (now) Oak Ridge, while alluding to many other facets along the way. Marvelous insights into unknown lives who unknowingly helped change the future of the world. Thanks to Physics for hosting, and to McClung for the venue.

Sasso, Rosie

Sasso, Rosie left a positive review 11/7/2018

Session was great!

Holbrook, Kristen

Holbrook, Kristen left a review 6/13/2018

The antiques were lovely and I especially loved the old ads and books. They’re great snaps shut of a different time. It just seemed kind of sparse and small.

Sears, Denise

Sears, Denise left a positive review 2/14/2018

Thank you so much for the breakfast.