Science Museum of Minnesota - Special Exhibitions

Special Exhibitions

The museum hosts 3-4 special exhibitions a year, with past exhibitions having included:

  • When the Dinosaurs Were Gone (2000)
  • Mysteries of Catalhoyuk (2001)
  • Playing with Time (2002)
  • Vikings: The North Atlantic Saga (2002)
  • Robots and Us (2004)
  • of Life and Land (2004)
  • Invention at Play (2005)
  • Strange Matter (2006)
  • Body Worlds (2006)
  • Race: Are We So Different? (2007)
  • Wild Music (2007)
  • A Day in Pompeii (2007)
  • Deadly Medicine (2008)
  • Animation (2008)
  • Star Wars: Where Science Meets Imagination (2008)
  • CSI: The Experience (2008)
  • Goose Bumps! The Science of Fear (2009)
  • Water (2009)
  • Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition (2009)
  • The Dead Sea Scrolls: Words that Changed the World (2010)
  • Geometry Playground (2010)
  • Tutankhamun: The Golden King and the Great Pharaohs (2011)
  • Identity: An Exhibit of YOU (2011)
  • Nature Unleashed (2011)
  • Real Pirates: The Untold Story of the Whydah from Slave Ship to Pirate Ship (2012)
  • Lost Egypt: Ancient Secrets Modern Science (2012)

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