February 14–April 19, 2015
This fearfully fun exhibition delves into the discovery and reconstruction of the 48 foot long, 2,500 pound Titanoboa. » More
Caryn Babaian: Nature in Chalk
January 17–May 31, 2015
Caryn Babaian’s exhibition of large-scale “nature mandalas” in colorful chalk focuses on the complexity and beauty of living systems within the natural world. » More
May 16–August 30, 2015
Based on Sylvia Branzei’s best-selling children’s book series Grossology, this hands-on 3-D exhibit oozes with disgusting science and provides a slightly off-kilter view of the animal kingdom. » More
Live butterflies from Central and South America, East Africa, and Southeast Asia inhabit our tropical garden. » More
Our indoor discovery center for children features hands-on activities and close encounters with live animals. » More
More than 30 dinosaurs and other Mesozoic reptiles are represented in Dinosaur Hall. » More
More than 35 dioramas present wildlife from Africa, Asia, and North America. » More
Our Library Reading Room is open to the public on weekday afternoons. » More
Secrets of the Diorama
Learn about the history of the dioramas and see how the plants, animals, and paintings were created.
What Eats What
What Eats What presents the consumers and producers that make up the food chain in a stream. » More
Marveling at Mollusks
Nearly 100 specimens from the scientific collections of the Academy’s Malacology Department are on display. » More
Science at the Academy
The world-class science conducted at the Academy is on display.
We Wrote the Book
Hundreds of books were written by men and women with ties to the Academy.