The restored Theodore Roosevelt Memorial at the Museum is now open, and a new self-guided tour—available as part of the Museum's Explorer app, or on our web site—explores the many connections between TR and the Museum. Read on to find out more about one of the tour's 17 stops.
Intrigued by arachnids? There is more time to visit the Museum's Spiders Alive!; the exhibition will now remain open through the holidays, until Sunday, January 6.
Ross MacPhee, a curator in the Museum's Department of Mammalogy, served as the supervising curator for the stunningly restored Bernard Family Hall of North American Mammals. Learn more about him and his work in a video from amnh.tv.
After more than a year of restoration work, the classic habitat dioramas in the Hall of North American Mammals, which reopens this Saturday, seem more vibrant and realistic than ever. Below, the last in a series of posts on new science behind the hall, this one on the diorama of the Alaska brown bear, found at the heart of the Hall of North American Mammals.