Founded in 1908, the Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science & Art engages and inspires visitors through a variety of exhibitions, educational programs, and events for people of all ages and backgrounds throughout Northeastern Pennsylvania. From its foundational taxidermy collection, fossil gallery, and rocks and minerals displays, to world-class art produced regionally, nationally, and internationally, to cultural artifacts from peoples around the world throughout time, the Everhart catalogs, preserves, and shares histories near and far to facilitate a deeper connection between people and the world around them.
The Everhart features regularly-changing special exhibitions both curated from the Museum’s extensive collections and brought in from around the country, and frequently updates its permanent galleries, meaning there is always something new to see.
If you want to enjoy some of what the Museum has to offer remotely, we offer a variety of virtual exhibitions!
The Everhart Museum is located at 1901 Mulberry St., Scranton, PA in beautiful Nay Aug Park. Visitors may use the free three hour parking readily available in the Nay Aug Park lots adjacent to the Everhart grounds, accessible by taking the first left past the Museum when entering the Park via Mulberry Street.
Everyone is encouraged to partake of the natural beauty of the historic Park while visiting by enjoying its many walking trails, picnic areas, and playgrounds.
Seniors (60+) and Students: $5.00
Children 12 and Under: FREE
In addition to unlimited free admission, Museum members receive discounts in the Museum store and select programs. For further information on benefits and to become a member today, click here.
In collaboration with Blue Star Museums, the Everhart offers active duty military and veterans along with up to four immediate family members free general admission. Please check in at the front desk and present military identification.
North American Reciprocal Museums
Visitors who present a valid North American Reciprocal Museums membership card receive free admission.
• The Museum provides accessibility via the rear entrance.
• All levels of the Museum are accessible by elevator.
• Parking spaces are available next to the rear entrance.
• A wheelchair is available for public use within the Museum; ask Museum staff for assistance.
Visitors are welcome to take photographs except where otherwise noted. Use of flash, monopods, tripods, and selfie sticks is not permitted.
Eating and Drinking
Eating and drinking are not allowed in the Museum galleries.
Sketching and Note-Taking
Sketching with pencils and paper is permitted. Use of all other materials and/or sketching in the galleries is not permitted without prior arrangement.
Oversized Bags and Coats
All backpacks, large umbrellas, bags and packages larger than 16×16 inches must be checked in the coatroom near the main entrance of the Museum. The Museum reserves the right to inspect all bags.
No weapons are allowed within the building.