Collections & Research
National Geographic Photo Ark by Joel Sartore
On exhibit until late fall.
An amazing new temporary exhibit by National Geographic and Lincoln photographer Joel Sartore.
Tree of Life
An interactive exhibit that explores Earth's fascinating evolutionary relationships with the touch of a finger.
Journey back in time to explore the evolutionary forces that caused some of Earth's most strange creatures to adapt to different environments.
First Peoples of the Plains: Traditions Shaped by Land & Sky
Celebrate Native American cultures of the past and present. Along with the exhibit, see striking portraits of Native American children in traditional regalia by award-winning photographer Don Doll, S.J.
Highway Paleontology Program
50th Anniversary Exhibit
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A special exhibit highlighting spectacular fossil finds salvaged over the last five decades through Nebraska's Highway Paleontology Program.
Weapons Throughout Time
This popular exhibit has returned. It highlights objects from the museum's collection of hunting, fighting, and ceremonial weapons.
Explore how evolution works from the smallest to the largest organisms through the work of scientists who are making leading discoveries about the evolution of life.
Paleontology of Nebraska
Visit our world famous collection of ancient elephants and see spectacular fossil rhinos, giant camels, and horses that once lived in Nebraska.
A gallery on the "Age of Dinosaurs" featuring Nebraska fossils of Mesozoic creatures. Enter a dig-site, view ancient sea giants and use interactive paleontology exhibits.
Hall of Nebraska Wildlife
A behind-the-scene's story about Morrill Hall's very first mountain lion in the Niobrara Diorama in the Hall of Nebraska Wildlife.
Mark Marcuson Murals
Mark Marcuson is a Nebraska artist whose exceptional murals illustrate prehistoric landscapes throughout the exhibits in Morrill Hall.
Morrill Hall Floor Plans
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Game Birds of the World
On display in Hardin Hall
A taxidermy collection of more than 160 birds from across the world. On loan to the School of Natural Resources from the museum's Biodiversity Laboratory of Zoology.
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