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The McClung Museum serves thousands of community visitors and schoolchildren through onsite and outreach programs. Unfortunately, due to the pandemic, […]


While the museum remains closed to the general public, we have reopened our doors to welcome university students and professors […]


  At the McClung Museum, we’re holding onto summer with this embroidery pattern based on Ixia Dubia, Plate 64 from […]


The McClung’s Curator of Malacology, Gerry Dinkins, is regularly in demand for his expertise. This is especially true when it […]


  The McClung Museum continues to follow the guidance put forth by The University of Tennessee to provide the safest […]


  The McClung Museum and its staff are mourning alongside our African American colleagues, students, and community members, and we […]


We recently shared the amazing work that our Collections Graduate Assistant, MFA student Erin Wohletz, completed recently. Her work making […]


October 1, 2019 This year Can You Dig It? McClung Museum of Natural History & Culture’s annual Archaeology and Fossil […]


This summer, Associate Curator of Paleoethnobotany, Kandi Hollenbach, led a field school through the Department of Anthropology at UT’s Cherokee […]


The McClung Museum’s Academic Programs has embarked on an exciting new collaboration with UT’ s College of Architecture + Design. […]