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Conner Museum (WSU)

The museum's exhibits display over 700 birds and mammals and the scientific collection used by researchers houses nearly 60,000 specimens.

Entomology Museum (WSU)

Access by appointment only. It houses 1.25 million specimens of insects and related arthropods and a large library and collection of photographic slides. Its main concern is the fauna of the Pacific Northwest, especially Washington State.

Museum of Anthropology (WSU)

Museum displays are designed to provide information about the field of anthropology and how it helps us understand human culture and history, using materials from the Museum's collections.

Museum of Art (WSU)

The Museum of Art at Washington State University offers a wide variety of changing exhibitions of regional, national and international art and artists, as well as educational programs featuring lectures, a brown-bag lecture series, community workshops, and tours of the exhibitions.

Ownbey Herbarium (WSU)

The Marion Ownbey Herbarium houses a collection of over 350,000 vascular and non-vascular plants. Access by appointment.