Nearly a century after Museum anthropologists first recorded a sacred ceremony of the Zuni tribe, a rare archival film is getting its second life in a special program presented at this year’s Margaret Mead Film Festival.
The Hayden Planetarium first opened in 1935, when it was one of just four planetariums in the U.S. Learn more about the history and technology—and cool posters—of the Hayden.
Columbus Day Weekend in NYC? The Butterfly Conservatory opens here at the Museum, and we are also at Comic Con (if you're heading over there).
Driving lessons become life lessons in this poignant and funny documentary, which follows three people trying to get local driver’s licenses in a foreign country. And Who Taught You to Drive? will make its New York premiere at the Mead.