The exhibit transports the viewer to the infamous Lascaux caves, which were covered with prehistoric art nearly 20,000 years ago. Replicas of the cave and a "lifelike stone-age family" are supplemented by artifacts from the museum's collection.
A retrospective on the major themes in photography over the past four decades.
Exhibit on sea creatures that survive without blood, bones, or brains.
The exhibit tells a fashion story in three parts through the lenses of the Johnson Publishing Company (publishers of Ebony), Eunice Johnson who was an executive there, and a slew of iconic looks from Christian Dior, Balizza, Pierre Cardin, and more.
Exhibit chronicling the evolution of modern medicine, featuring historical surgical tools, paintings, prints, and sculptures, and including over 200 preserved human specimens. $22, $16 seniors and students, $12 kids 4-13
Butterfly habitat; displays on regional ecosystems.
An exhibit showcasing new technology and innovations in agriculture, transportation, entertainment, energy, and more, presented through videos, models, and prototypes of inventions.