Jill and Lewis Bernard Family
Hall of North American Mammals

The American Museum of Natural History’s Jill and Lewis Bernard Family Hall of North American Mammals is home to what most museologists consider the finest habitat dioramas in the world.  Over the past two years, this spectacular hall has undergone a major restoration, returning many of the magnificent original dioramas to pristine condition and providing updated interpretations to give the gallery fresh relevance to 21st century audiences.  With this project, we have sought to conserve and preserve these iconic exhibits for the benefit of future generations, while continuing to educate visitors of all ages about the majestic species of this continent.

We are very pleased to invite donors to support the Museum by naming one of its iconic dioramas.  Naming opportunities range from $25,000 to $250,000.  Please contact Amy Sonnenborn at 212-769-5176 or asonnenborn@amnh.org to learn more.