On Saturday, May 10, scientists will attempt to identify your discoveries while showing you some specimens from their own collections.
Looking for things to do this weekend in NYC? We have a new film with 2D and 3D screenings, live butterflies, and The Power of Poison.
Born in Boston 308 years ago today, Benjamin Franklin—the printer from Philadelphia best known as an inventor and statesman—was also an avid amateur scientist.
Throughout the 20th century, artists specializing in birds traveled to the the field, where they were able to capture precisely the animals' colors and movements for the background paintings of the Museum’s dioramas.