This album contains photos of the the American Museum of Natural History in New York, and it is unlike an ordinary museum. This museum is very kids-friendly and attractive. In the Mammal Hall, we were sure that the animals are going to come alive and leave their spots. At the entrance to the museum visitors can see a giant piece of a meteorite, which feels like iron by touch. Huge dinosaurs' skeletons are exhibited on the last floor of the museum.
Mummies, an exhibition at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, USA 678
Mummies - one of the largest collections of mummies housed in North America is an exhibition that takes place at the American Museum of Natural History in New York from March 20, 2017 through to January 7, 2018.
Last updated 06.02.2017
From ancient Egypt to pre-Columbian Peru, the exhibition will explore the intersection between societies, their environment, and the preparations they made for their dead.
Through high-resolution CT scans and forensically reconstructed sculptures, visitors will glimpse people from centuries ago and learn how contemporary scientists have gleaned stunning details about their ages, practices, and even their causes of death. Interactive touch tables let visitors virtually “unravel” or see inside mummies as they delve deep into the unique stories of the people or animals who lie within.
Mummies was developed by The Field Museum of Chicago. The American Museum of Natural History gratefully acknowledges the Richard and Karen LeFrak Exhibition and Education Fund. Mummies is proudly supported by Chase Private Client.
What else is on here? (The American Museum of Natural History in New York, USA)
On Sunday, April 22, from 7:00 until 20:00 - the EarthFest 2018 takes place at the American Museum of Natural History in New York. The day will start with yoga in the Cullman Hall of the Universe, and move on to a performance of composer John Luther Adams’ Pulitzer Prize- and Grammy Award-winning piece Become Ocean by the Chelsea Symphony Orchestra to a large-scale dance by the inventive Pilobolus troupe, using lighted umbrellas under the blue whale in the Milstein Hall of Ocean Life. Visitors will be immersed throughout the Museum in art, science, and culture at this festival honoring Earth Day.
On Saturday, March 24, 2018 from 11:00 to 16:00 the American Museum of Natural History in New York hosts the Sun-Earth Day at the Cullman Hall of the Universe. Guests will be able to explore the special relationship between Earth and the Sun and learn about the delicate balance that makes our planet the perfect place for life, and also meet scientists, look through telescopes, and engage in hands-on activities for the whole family.