Revisit the incredible array of exhibits previously shown at the FIeld Museum. Learn more below.
Sail with legendary pirate Sam Bellamy and his crew and learn the true story of the Whydah, from her historic transformation from slave ship to pirate ship to her final resting place on the ocean floor.
Water is essential to life as we know it and as it cycles from the air to the land to the sea and back again, water shapes our planet—and nearly every aspect of our lives
A rich array of jewelry from the ancient Near East was presented in this exhibition, some objects more than 7,000 years old, illuminating the culture and customs of ancient Mesopotamia, Egypt, the Levant, Persia and the Islamic Middle East.
Explore the grandeur and sophistication of one of history's greatest civilizations—the Aztec Empire—and find out how a community that began in the middle of a lake eventually became the capital of an empire.
Exhibition featured some of Fuertes' greatest work from the 1926 Field Museum-Chicago Daily News Abyssinian Expedition.
Discover the legend and the science behind some of the most spectacular creatures ever invented.
Photographer Terry Evans captures the birds, plants, fish, reptiles, mammals, and insects that comprise The Field Museum’s scientific collections.
In creating Maps: Finding Our Place in the World, The Field Museum partnered with The Newberry Library, a world-renowned independent research library.
Discover some of the hidden treasures from the wonderful collections of The Field Museum Library.
Discover the man and the revolutionary theory that changed the world.