Chicago’s Field Museum is one of the world’s great museums of science, environment, and culture, a focus of public learning and scholarly research.
Named for its founding donor, department-store magnate Marshall Field, the Museum first opened its doors in 1894. Today it presides proudly over Chicago’s lakefront Museum Campus, its majestic halls and acres of exhibitions welcoming visitors from around the world.
The Field Museum is home to SUE, the largest and most complete T-Rex skeleton, plus more than 35 world-renowned exhibitions. You can explore the difference between fact, theory, and speculation and see clips from pop culture that show how scientific understanding of T-Rex has changed over the years.
In Inside Ancient Egypt, you can examine the 5,000 year-old hieroglyphics, View one of the largest collections of mummies found in any U.S. museum and peer into dioramas of ancient Egyptian workshops to see how the deceased were mummified and prepared for burial. In Underground Adventure, you will “shrink” to 1/100th of their natural size to explore a subterranean world.
Additionally, you will be dazzled in the museum’s new Hall of Gems. You will marvel at one of the largest collections of Chinese jade in North America in Hall of Jades. And you can journey through 13,000 years of history in the Ancient Americas from the Ice Age mammoth hunter to the temples of the Incas and Aztecs.
If you are looking for dinosaurs – this is the place! Visit the museum’s newly renovated Dinosaur Hall — Evolving Planet — where giant sloths, mammoths and dinosaurs all mingle, you will reap what you want. More information about the museum visit https://www.fieldmuseum.org/.
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