Developed by a staff of over 200 research scientists in conjunction with our renowned design, media, engineering, and exhibition teams, the AMNH's award-winning traveling exhibitions have been hosted by museums, science centers and planetariums around the world.
Beyond Planet Earth: The Future of Space Exploration separates science fact from science fiction, taking visitors on a tour of the future that’s literally out of this world.
Brain: The Inside Story draws on 21st-century research and technology to offer visitors a new perspective and keen insight into their own brains through imaginative art, vivid brain-scan imaging, and dynamic interactive exhibits for all ages.
Climate Change: The Threat to Life and a New Energy Future explains the science behind one of the most critical and talked-about topics of today and explores the implications of unchecked climate change for future generations.
Darwin illuminates the life of the iconic naturalist, geologist, and thinker whose extraordinary ideas on evolution by natural selection were a critical turning point for science and culture.
Dinosaurs: Ancient Fossils, New Discoveries explores how scientists today are using an incredible array of new technologies, discoveries, and ideas to investigate and reinterpret many of the most puzzling and persistent mysteries of dinosaurs.
Einstein is a fascinating look at the most famous scientist of the 20th century, exploring his influence as both a scientific genius and a complex man actively engaged in the social and political issues of his time.
The Endurance: Shackleton’s Legendary Antarctic Expedition documents one of the greatest tales of survival in expedition history, the dramatic, near-fatal expedition to Antarctica led by Sir Ernest Shackleton in 1914.
Extreme Mammals introduces visitors to some of their most exotic cousins, using fossils, life-like models, taxidermy, and live animals to show off many of the weirdest mammals that have ever lived.
The Horse uses spectacular fossils, artifacts, dioramas, and models to show the remarkable ways in which humans have shaped horses and horse have shaped us.
Mythic Creatures: Dragons, Unicorns & Mermaids delves into the world of mythical creatures from around the world, answering questions about their origins, cultural importance, and enduring hold on the human imagination.
Race to the End of the Earth tells the dramatic tale of the race to be the first to reach the South Pole, as well as exploring how this dangerous journey paved the way for modern day polar research.
Traveling the Silk Road: Ancient Pathway to the Modern World takes visitors on a thrilling journey through the ancient world, revealing how the trade of exotic goods transformed culture in ways ranging from technology to religion.
Water: H20 = Life explores through art and science the many ways that water shapes life on Earth, and is a timely, in-depth look at the some of the challenges related to humanity’s use of this life-giving, but finite, resource.
The World's Largest Dinosaurs. The largest dinosaurs to walk the Earth, sauropods have fascinated us for generations. But new discoveries and technologies are now revolutionizing our understanding of how these amazing animals lived.