Revisit the incredible array of exhibits previously shown at the FIeld Museum. Learn more below.
Exhibition ran from June 15 2007 - January 1 2008. Discover the man and the revolutionary theory that changed the world.
Exhibition ran from March 30 - September 3 2007. Check out your favorite prehistoric creatures in this fascinating exhibition.
Exhibition ran from September 15 2006 - April 1 2007. It explored Mendel’s influence on the rise of genetics and examined modern Mendels—scientists on the cutting edge of the field today.
Exhibition ran from May 26 2006 - Jan 1 2007. Showcases nearly 130 dazzling Egyptian treasures from the tombs of Tut and his royal relatives, many of which have never before traveled outside Egypt!
Exhibition ran from May 27 2005 - April 23 2006. Dozens of authentic fossils and life-size casts span the 165 million-year dynasty of these extraordinary creatures—far longer than any human dynasty.
Exhibition ran from Oct 22 2005 - Mar 26 2006. Nature’s most violent cataclysm was vividly described by Pliny the Younger, who survived the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD. Untold numbers were buried in its volcanic debris, and a vibrant, cosmopolitan society vanished overnight.
Exhibition ran from May 27 2005- Sep 25 2005. Join a spectacular dinosaur expedition—and help unearth a full-size replica of our famous T. rex, Sue!
Exhibition ran Nov 13 2004 - May 8 2005. Jacqueline Kennedy: The White House Years–Selections from the John F. Kennedy Library and Museum celebrated the enduring legacy of one of America’s favorite first ladies.
Exhibition ran from October 15 2004 - February 13 2005. The exhibition, created by the Yale Peabody Museum, allowed visitors to explore Machu Picchu through the lens of the 1911 “rediscovery” of the site by Yale archeologist Hiram Bingham III. Once thought to be a mysterious lost capitol of the Inca empire or a sacred spiritual center, this Peruvian...
Exhibition ran Mar 12 2004 - Sep 12 2004. Splendors of China’s Forbidden City: the Glorious Reign of Emperor Qianlong brings nearly 400 treasured artifacts from the Palace Museum in Beijing to the United States to tell the story of one of China’s most famous emperors, the remarkable Qianlong, who ruled from 1736 to 1795.