University of Nebraska State Museum is the state's premier natural history museum, boasting an extensive collection of over 13 million items, including archeological and ethnographic artifacts. Among its notable attractions is the world's largest complete-mounted mammoth skeleton. Serving as a dynamic center for scientific research and education, the museum actively promotes scientific literacy and uncovers Nebraska's rich natural and cultural heritage. At the museum, visitors are treated to a range of captivating experiences. Engaging digital interactives, hands-on activities, and displays of remarkable collections captivate their imagination. Additionally, the museum offers a unique opportunity to witness scientists at work through a visible laboratory. The museum's primary mission is enhancing public knowledge of the natural world through research and education. Visitors to the Museum can marvel at the awe-inspiring sight of the world's largest articulated Colombian mammoth. For those seeking to explore beyond Earth's boundaries, the museum also houses a planetarium, offering a captivating journey into the universe.
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