Download the new Explorer app and discover the Museum in a new way! Chart your own course through the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) in New York City with Explorer, the Museum’s app that acts as your personal tour guide.
The world's largest collection of dinosaur fossils can now be accessed through hundreds of photos and renderings. See what scientists believe dinosaurs looked like when they roamed the Earth more than 65 million years ago.
This companion app for the popular 2012 exhibition Creatures of Light offers a close look at some of the extraordinary organisms that produce light. Each chapter of the app is set to a symphonic soundtrack composed exclusively for Creatures of Light.
This free app is available for the iPad®
This companion app for Pterosaurs: The Card Game explores amazing ancient reptiles and their food chains. The app and analog card game draw on images and information from the 2014 special exhibition Pterosaurs: Flight in the Age of Dinosaurs. This free app is available for iPhone and iPad.
MicroRangers is an augmented reality game that can be played on your mobile device while you’re at the Museum. There are nine MicroCrises--real-world scenarios involving microorganisms--waiting for you to explore!
Get an in-depth look at these fascinating flying reptiles and the latest fossil discoveries that reveal how these animals walked, flew, ate, and more with this free iPad app adapted from the 2014 exhibition Pterosaurs: Flight in the Age of Dinosaurs.
Download the 2014 Webby Award Nominee app here.
The companion app for the exhibition The Power of Poison (open through August 10, 2014) allows you to solve cases of accidental poisoning. Investigations take you from a backyard to a 1700s ship to track toxic creatures, environmental hazards, and more. This free app is available for iPad.
Discover the beauty of North American wildlife in the official app for the Bernard Family Hall of North American Mammals at the American Museum of Natural History. The app features stunning images of the hall’s celebrated dioramas, behind-the-scenes videos, archival photos, and current-science commentary from the curator.
Find a Mars-bound spaceship, glimpse a near-Earth asteroid, watch an elevator take off from the Moon, and more in this new augmented reality app created as companion to the 2011 exhibition Beyond Planet Earth: The Future of Space Exploration.
This free app is available for your iPhone®, iPod® touch, or iPad®