Muchos Méxicos: Crossroads of the Americas exhibition opens to the public

By Harvard Museums of Science & Culture and Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology

The Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology invites you to explore Mexico's history as a space of multicultural exchange in its Muchos Méxicos exhibit, opening to the public November 26th.

A tripod clay jar decorated with a representation of a warrior wearing an eagle headdress

.: 9am – 5pm.

All ages.

Contact

Harvard Museums of Science and Culture
hmscpr@hmsc.harvard.edu
617-496-6064

Registration required

  • Sign-up is ongoing

Cost

Adults: $15.00

Seniors (65+): $13.00

Harvard ID Holders: Free

Non-Harvard students with I.D.: $10.00

Youth ages 3–18: $10.00

Youth under 3: Free

Members: Free

Location

  • In-person only.

Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology

11 Divinity Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02138
United States

Additional information

On Friday, November 26, the Harvard Museums of Science & Culture—the Harvard Museum of Natural History, the Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology, the Harvard Museum of the Ancient Near East, and the Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments—reopen to the public. See https://bit.ly/HMSCExhibitions for hours and reservations.

Muchos Méxicos explores Mexico’s rich history as a site of human innovation, creativity and cultural diversity. Featuring Mexican objects from the Peabody Museum collections, this bilingual exhibit tells the story of Mexico as a multicultural and geographic crossroads—one where the exchange of resources, products, and ideas among Indigenous peoples throughout the Americas before the Spanish invasion, and then with cultures around the globe—have all created a vibrant nation. See https://bit.ly/HMSCExhibitions for hours and reservations.

Muchos Méxicos explora la rica historia de México como un sitio de innovación humana, creatividad y diversidad cultural. Con objetos mexicanos de las colecciones del Museo Peabody, esta exposición bilingüe cuenta la historia de México como encrucijada multicultural y geográfica, donde el intercambio de recursos, productos e ideas entre los pueblos indígenas de toda América antes de la invasión española, y luego con culturas alrededor del mundo, han creado una nación vibrante. 

Image credit: Peabody Museum Expedition, M. H. Saville and J. G. Owens, Directors 1891-1892 © President and Fellows of Harvard College, Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, 92-49-20/C276