The University of Colorado Museum of Natural History's five exhibition halls present natural and cultural wonders from Colorado, North America, and the world. To learn more about current exhibits, see overviews of Longer Term Exhibits and Temporary Exhibits or visit the individual exhibit pages below.
Longer Term Exhibits
- McKenna Gallery - Evolution: Here and Now
- Changing Gallery - Modern Life: Exploration, Innovation, Pollination
- Anthropology Gallery
- - iShare: Connecting Museums and Communities East and West
With the iShare website, visitors will be able to explore stories, oral histories, material culture and audiovisuals from the Navajo Nations in the United States and the Paiwan people of Taiwan. The project provides opportunities for networking among distant indigenous peoples, expanding on collaborations between Native communities and local museums that care for tribal objects, and sharing cultural knowledge with a wider public.
- - Contemporary Pueblo Pottery
The Museum's Traveling Exhibits Program offers a variety of affordable traveling exhibits for rental to museums, libraries, and other institutions.
You can also view web resources and activities from past exhibits in our Online Exhibit Archive.