Revisit the incredible array of exhibits previously shown at the FIeld Museum. Learn more below.
Discovered by chance in 1940 by four teenagers, the Lascaux caves in southern France have inspired and awed anthropologists, pre-historians, scientists, and artists ever since.
Lovers of art, style, and history alike will revel in the exhibition Fashion and The Field Museum Collection: Maria Pinto.
Celebrating the exquisite craftsmanship that has long been a hallmark of Italian culture, this unique installation – which brings together design, wine, and a social element – is a must-see.
Wolves have more in common with humans than we ever could have imagined. Captured on film, the intimate lives of the so-called Sawtooth Pack of Yellowstone National Park show a side of wolves never seen before.
Through nearly 200 stunning treasures spanning 250 years, the exhibition explores the concept of kingship in India, and illuminates the world of the maharajas and their extraordinarily rich culture.
Explore the surprising and sometimes bizarre world of Extreme Mammals, the biggest, smallest, and most amazing mammals of all time, only at The Field Museum.
Malaria: blood, sweat, and tears was conceived and produced by Malaria Consortium and photojournalist Adam Nadel to highlight the history, science and global impact of malaria.
Harnessing technology and inspired by nature’s amazing design concepts, Nature’s Toolbox features innovative, eye-capturing contemporary art.
Get a rare look at the life of Field Museum scientist Dr. Corrie Moreau, and learn how her childhood love for insects spurred a career dedicated to researching ants.
Who was Genghis Khan; a ruthless warrior, or a revered statesman?