While many past exhibitions from the American Museum of Natural History are no longer on tour, the complete text of these renowned exhibitions are available for intellectual property license. These texts can be used to develop special exhibitions, companion guides, or myriad other pieces.
This exhibition text explores the science behind one of the most critical and talked-about topics of today and explore the implications of climate change for future generations.
This exhibition text presents the life and works of Charles Darwin: iconic naturalist, geologist, and thinker whose ideas were a critical turning point in modern science and culture.
This exhibition text explores new technologies and ideas that scientists are using to investigate and reinterpret many of the most puzzling and persistent mysteries of the dinosaurs.
This exhibition text introduces visitors to Albert Einstein, one of the most famous scientists of the 20th century. Explore his influence as both a scientific genius and a man actively engaged in the social and political issues of his time.
This exhibition text reveals the fascinating story of gold, exploring its natural beauty, scientific value, and its power to shape history.
This exhibition text introduces visitors to squamates: the surprisingly diverse group of reptiles better known as lizards and snakes.
This exhibition text reveals the nature of diamonds, exploring how they are formed, the human fascination and the enduring significance of diamonds in culture and technology.
The Pearls exhibition text explores the natural history of pearls, weaving science, art, literature, history, and magnificent jewelry into the story of pearls and the mollusks that form them.
The Petra exhibition text reveals the beautiful ancient city of Petra, one of the most influential and prosperous cities in antiquity.
This exhibition text documents one of the greatest tales of survival in expedition history: the dramatic, near-fatal expedition to Antarctica led by Sir Ernest Shackleton in 1914.
This exhibition text celebrates the beauty, power, and symbolism of historic as well as modern Native American jewelry arts.