COLUMBIA - MU's Museum of Anthropology will open its doors Saturday for the first time in nearly three years.The museum will open for the first time at Mizzou North after spending 48 years on MU's campus.Museum Assistant Curator Amanda Staley Harrison said the new facility features more wall space to allow for exhibits to follow a chronological path."[Guests] now have the ability to walk down the line and see how different tools have progressed over time," Staley Harrison said.The increased space will allow for the more of the Grayson Archery Collection to be displayed. "The Grayson Collection is the most complete collection of its kind anywhere in the world," said museum director Alex Barker. "It deals with all different areas, all different...
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MU Museum of Anthropology to re-open after three years of renovations