Science centers throughout the world, including the New York Hall of Science, share exhibitions with our colleague institutions. NYSCI both creates exhibitions that travel, and hosts exhibitions from other institutions. Our exhibitions have traveled nationally and internationally.
Contact Marcia Rudy at 718-699-0005 ext. 312 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in bringing these exhibitions, or others, to your institution.
Charlie & Kiwi's Evolutionary Adventure
Go on an evolutionary adventure and discover the link between dinosaurs and modern birds with the new bilingual English/Spanish exhibition Charlie and Kiwi’s Evolutionary Adventure. Using a kid-friendly storyline, Charlie and Kiwi’s Evolutionary Adventure follows a boy named Charlie as he works on a book report about kiwis, a flightless bird found in New Zealand. Visitors will learn with Charlie how kiwis evolved by unraveling puzzles, playing games, exploring computer interactives, and observing live birds.
Molecules and Health: The Shape of Science
Molecules and Health: The Shape of Science is a traveling exhibition funded in part by the National Institutes of Health. This exhibition engages visitors in inquiry-based learning on the role of molecules in health and illness prevention.
Wild Minds: What Animals Really Think
Marvel at the amazing abilities of animals and explore the evolutionary and cognitive links we share with them in this traveling exhibition funded by the National Science Foundation. Visitors can take a numbers memory test, explore animal enrichment techniques, and even see a plastinated human brain!