The Science History Institute Museum is free and open to the public Wednesday through Saturday, 10am to 5pm. You can also explore our digital exhibitions on Google Arts & Culture or revisit your favorite shows from the past.
Superheroes, Science, and the Environment
This ExhibitLab display highlights the unexpected connections between the pages of comic books and real-life environmental issues.
BOLD: Color from Test Tube to Textile
Take a colorful journey through more than 150 years of synthetic dye-making.
Blood and Fire
From our A Closer Read series, this exhibition features rare books that tell the story of experimental science in the 17th century.
Glass artist Anna Mlasowsky examines the history of the rare earth elements and their socio-ecological impact on local communities and the environment.