The Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology at Manning Hall
Please excuse our appearance as we renovate the exterior handicap ramp at Manning Hall. Be advised that the ramp up to the main entrance will be under repair for about three weeks starting on July 15th. However, the ramp will be available for use on a limited basis and with prior notification. If you plan to visit the Haffenreffer Museum's gallery and need assistance, please contact Carol Dutton, Office Manager at(401-864-5700; Carol_Dutton@Brown.Edu) and the Brown University Department of Safety Communications Department at (401-863-3322) at least 24 hours in advance and arrangements will be made to accommodate you in using the ramp during the repairs work to enter and leave the building. We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause you as we work to make your access as pleasant, safe and convenient as possible. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated and we look forward to your visit.
The Museum, located on the ground floor of Manning Hall on Brown University's Main Green, presents a range of exhibitions showcasing the Museum’s collections and the work of its staff and Brown students.
The Museum is open Tuesdays through Sundays 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; closed Mondays and Brown University Holidays. Admission is free. The Museum's phone number is 401-863-2065. Also visit our satellite exhibits described below.
Click on the exhibits below for more information
Exhibitions at the Museum at Manning Hall
The Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology also hosts student-curated satellite exhibits on the Brown University campus. If you are a Brown University department that would like to host a satellite exhibit, please contact Kevin Smith.
What Do You Think of This? -- Objects Across Disciplines (Roberts Campus Center)
Carving Culture on the Northwest Coast: The Totem Pole (Rockefeller Library)
Reading Love Medicine: Beads, Bark, and Books from Ojibwe Country (Rockefeller Library)