350 objects come together to tell the story of China, a land of diverse societies unified by tradition and dynamic change.
In 2015, the Museum's YouTube channel teamed up with museum fans from all over the world to fund the creation of the Field Museum's first new diorama in more than 60 years — for a quartet of striped hyenas.
Tucked within an arresting collection of taxidermied mammals, the man-eating lions of Tsavo are two of the Field Museum’s most famous residents—and also the most infamous.
Get to know the many creatures that have roamed the earth, from single-celled organisms to our extended human family.
A look at the Field Museum's history, from the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition, where much of the Museum's original collection came from, to present-day work that spans the globe.
In Mummies, uncover the lives of the people inside—from their families, work, and religious beliefs, to the objects they chose to bring into the afterlife.