African Americans In World War II
A photo exhibition that represents the work of more than 1.2 million African Americans who served in all branches of service and in all theaters of operations during World War II.
Ancient Rome: Epic Innovators and Engineers
A traveling exhibition that brings to life the lost and forgotten technology that set the Roman Empire apart from the rest of the world and which continues to influence us to this day. Replicas of ancient inventions and machines allow visitors a hands-on experience that fosters understanding of Roman innovation in such areas as military science, transportation, construction and lifestyle and entertainment.
Manufacturing Victory: The Arsenal of Democracy
An exhibit that explores the tremendous American industrial effort that supported the Allied victory in World War II.
Tiny Titans: Dinosaur Eggs and Babies
A hands-on traveling exhibit that takes an exciting look at the lives of dinosaurs through their eggs, nests and young.
Science Fiction, Science Future
A traveling exhibition that enables visitors to develop a deeper understanding of how science fiction ideas and concepts might become the science reality of tomorrow through hands-on and full-body experiences incorporating robots, invisibility, mind control, holograms and augmented reality.
National Geographic Presents Earth Explorers
A traveling exhibition that uses immersive environments and augmented reality to take visitors to the wildest places on Earth to discover the amazing animals and plants that thrive in such extreme environments as the poles, rainforests, oceans, savannahs, mountains and caves.