Frogs! Exhibit Opening Day

Florida Museum of Natural History 3215 Hull Road, Gainesville, FL

It's opening day for our new exhibit: Frogs! Fun, colorful, family-friendly, way to spend your Saturday! Learn all about anurans—commonly known as frogs and toads—with hands-on activities, live frogs on display, and more.

Bark Beetle Calligraphy

Florida Museum of Natural History 3215 Hull Road, Gainesville, FL

Opens July 8 Examine the artistry of small, but mighty bark beetles in this new free gallery exhibition. Created by … Continued

Discovery Zone

Florida Museum of Natural History 3215 Hull Road, Gainesville, FL

Join the Museum in welcoming its new permanent exhibit: Beverly and Jon Thompson Discovery Zone Explore, observe, study, pretend and … Continued

The Scoop on Poop

Florida Museum of Natural History 3215 Hull Road, Gainesville, FL

Our first exhibit of 2018 is all about poop! Yes, we mean it. There's so much to learn about animals … Continued

The Lost Bird Project

Florida Museum of Natural History 3215 Hull Road, Gainesville, FL

See cast-bronze sculptures of the extinct Carolina Parakeet, Great Auk, Heath Hen, Labrador Duck and Passenger Pigeon roosting in front … Continued

Whale People: Protectors of the Sea

Florida Museum of Natural History 3215 Hull Road, Gainesville, FL

Join the Museum for a fun-for-all-ages celebration of its newest featured exhibit, Whale People: Protectors of the Sea. Jump into … Continued

Amazing Pollinators

Florida Museum of Natural History 3215 Hull Road, Gainesville, FL

Take on the role of pollinators like bats, bees, beetles and butterflies in this immersive exhibit that highlights their benefits … Continued

Science Up Close: Fantastic Fossils Opening Day

Florida Museum of Natural History 3215 Hull Road, Gainesville, FL

Exhibit opens: April 2, 2022 This dynamic exhibition series, Science Up Close, showcases the Florida Museum of Natural History’s research … Continued


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