Find out what animals could be thinking on Boston breaks
From 11 May 2013 To 11 May 2013Address
Harvard Museum of Natural History, 26 Oxford Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
Anyone who has ever owned a pet is likely to have wondered what their animal is thinking at some point - do they daydream about bones and catnip or is it something deeper?
Guests at Boston hotels have the opportunity to find out more about this fascinating subject thanks to a special lecture being held at Harvard Museum of Natural History on May 11th.
Animal Wise will be presented by science author Virginia Morell and aims to explore the frontiers of research on animal cognition and emotion.
It covers not just domesticated creatures but wild ones as well so it is sure to be well worth attending for people of all ages.
The lecture is scheduled for 3:30 p.m. EDT and regular museum admission charges apply.
Although the museum is in Cambridge, guests at the Millennium Bostonian Hotel Boston can get there easily in a taxi, which will take just 15 minutes.
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