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Connect with the Earth! Earth Day Celebration


170 Whitney Avenue
New Haven, CT, 06520
United States


(203) 432-5099
The event has already taken a place at this date: 
11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
$13.00 Adults $9.00 Senior citizens 65 years and over $6.00 Children ages 3 through 18, and college students with ID Admission is free for children under the age of 3, Peabody Museum members, and individuals with a Yale ID.


All Ages
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Join us for Earth Day and unearth the wonders of nature. Experience specimens from our collections that are rarely on display, and discover the beetles, birds, and botanical bounty that share our planet home. We’ll have fun and engaging activities for the whole family.

We’ll have fun and engaging activities for the whole family, and representatives from many New Haven area organizations working to protect our environment and create a sustainable future will be here sharing their expertise and opportunities.


This year, the Peabody Museum's Earth Day celebration is a proud partner of The Global Earth Optimism Summit, organized and hosted by the Smithsonian Institution.



April 21-23, 2017 - Washington, DC

International Trade Center

Register online


Let’s Change the Conversation about Conservation


Every day, we are bombarded with distressing stories about the state of the planet and the consequences of our actions that can make people want to give up. But there are also countless stories of conservation successes that are waiting to be told, and each of these can inspire hope and motivate action. This Earth Day weekend, the Smithsonian Institution will host more than 150 speakers and 1,200 thought leaders, scientists, artists, environmentalists, and civic and business leaders from around the world at the first Earth Optimism Summit. Summit speakers will share stories of what’s working in conservation—everything from protecting species and places, to reducing pollution, to securing the future of food, and inspiring others to take action. The event is open to anyone who wants to be immersed in, and inspired by, conservation success—what is working and why, and how to scale it up. Join the Smithsonian to explore how people around the world are making positive change for the planet.