New exhibits make creative use of 20-year-old equipment, helping to match the institution’s mission with the exhibit approach. Using feedback derived from the center’s experience with the public, old exhibit... read more →
The land has always provided. For over 13,000 years, Native people have found food and shelter here. Ute, Cheyenne, Arapaho, and other American Indian people wintered in this area, well... read more →
African Americans have always been an integral part of the U.S. military, though their contributions often went unrecognized and they lacked the very human rights they fought for. Black servicemembers fought... read more →
Exotic and Familiar Experiencing the qualities of a Japanese garden is fundamentally about looking and sensing. Yet, they may also be simply enjoyed without a need to make particular meaning.... read more →
The Seminole Experience gallery—the central introductory area—uses evocative media to present the Museum’s three primary themes. Visitors choose their own pathways through the exhibitions.
FREEDOM IS feeling accepted Mia Maye Niagara Falls, NY Photos: Copyright 2018 Kim Smith Photo and Seth Frankel/Studio Tectonic (no rights/permissions granted)
At this “experience-based” exhibit, visitors engage with the sights, sounds, and feel of safari life. They ride in a game drive vehicle, half in and half out of a monkey... read more →