The permanent and traveling exhibits at The Cleveland Museum of Natural History illustrate and interpret science and the natural world to visitors. Dioramas, displays and interactives allow visitors to experience the past, see the formation of the universe and explore the lives of early humans without leaving the building. The "living galleries" of the Perkins Wildlife Center provide an up-close understanding of nature and the importance of preserving it.
Explore Sears Hall of Human Ecology, Reinberger Hall of Astronomy, Ohio Archaeology, the Wade Gallery of Gems & Jewels, Kirtland Hall of Prehistoric Life and the recently renovated Human Origins Gallery. You can learn about some of our permanent exhibits on this page.