The University of Notre Dame Museum of Biodiversity is a non-public facility whose primary function is service to the Notre Dame research and teaching community. Its facilities and collections were not designed for general public access due to space limitations and because of the fragile and irreplaceable nature of the specimens in our collections. However, we try to accommodate small groups of students and interested individuals within the limits of our staffing and facilities.
Good Shepherd Montessori school students learning about the evolution of chordates and vertebrate animals.
8th grade students from St. Pius visit the museum