Find the rare and the curious. Make creative connections between art and science. Or simply brush up on your history. We invite you to explore our exhibitions at the APS Museum, where you will discover treasures from our own collections—perhaps an herbarium specimen collected by Lewis and Clark, a miniature portrait of Benjamin Franklin, or a drawing for the world’s first computer. You may also encounter scientific specimens, art works, or rare books from Europe and beyond.

With each show, you will also discover innovative works and projects created by contemporary visual artists, musicians, poets, or performers who interpret the historical themes and objects on view and connect them to relevant issues in the world today.

The APS Museum maintains its own Website. Much more information about the Museum can be found by following the links to the left.

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