Permanent Exhibitions

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Earth and Planetary Sciences Halls

The Earth and Planetary Sciences halls showcase remarkable specimens, including meteorites, minerals, and rare gems, that offer clues about the origins of our solar system and the dynamic processes of our planet.

Human Origins and Cultural Halls

The Hall of Human Origins explores the evolutionary story of the human family, while the Cultural Halls examine the cultures of Asia, Africa, North and South America, and the Pacific.

Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education, and Innovation

The new Gilder Center features new exhibition galleries and one-of-a-kind experiences, including an insectarium, floor-to-ceiling collections displays, and more—and connects to the rest of the American Museum of Natural History on four floors.

Theodore Roosevelt Memorial

The Museum is home to the official New York State memorial to New York's 33rd Governor and the nation's 26th President, Theodore Roosevelt.