Exhibition Opportunities

If you have a traveling exhibition to announce, please email your National Outreach Manager for posting.

Affiliate Exhibition Opportunities

Click on the links below for traveling exhibition opportunities from Affiliate partners.

Cosmosphere (Hutchinson, Kansas)
Liberty Bell 7 Spacecraft exhibition

Arab American National Museum (Dearborn, Michigan)
Traveling exhibitions

Japanese American National Museum (Los Angeles, California)
Exhibitions

Smithsonian Exhibition Opportunities

Click on the links below for traveling exhibition opportunities from Smithsonian museums.

Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES)
List of exhibitions

Smithsonian American Art Museum
Exhibitions offered for tour

National Museum of American History
Spark!Lab National Network

National Air and Space Museum
Art of the Airport Tower

National Portrait Gallery
Traveling Exhibitions

Featured Affiliate Exhibition

Apollo 13 capsule and exhibition panels

Apollo 13: A Mission of Survival

The Cosmosphere (Hutchinson, Kansas), wants to help celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 13 mission through a new exhibition and Apollo 13 resources. As three human lives were on the line 200,000+ miles above the Earth, a team on the ground feverishly worked to bring them home safely. Share the epic story of NASA’s most successful failure with your visitors with a BRAND NEW FULL EXHIBIT: Apollo 13: A Mission of Survival!

Choose a full museum exhibit with authentic artifacts or select individual components to fold into your existing display or celebration plans. In addition, browse FREE Apollo 13 resources such as print-ready images, educational activities, and expert presentations. Visit the Cosmosphere’s website for full details.

Featured SITES Exhibition

Browse more exhibitions from the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

Woman holding a sign that reads Where is Democracy

Image from Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) organizing pamphlet, 1960s. Courtesy of National Museum of American History

American Democracy: A Great Leap of Faith

With issues of government representation in the news daily, SITES’ American Democracy: A Great Leap of Faith is a timely exploration of the continuing evolution of America’s experiment in a government “of, by, and for the people.” The exhibition is the perfect foundation for public programs that engage audiences in robust discussions about the principles and practices of our democracy. American Democracy, based on the exhibition of the same name at the National Museum of American History, explores:

  • the origins of our democracy
  • who has had the right to vote throughout our history
  • the machinery of democracy, from local elections to Presidential campaigns
  • how citizens can influence our government beyond the ballot
  • citizen’s rights and responsibilities

Featuring engaging multimedia and interactives, immersive design, and historic objects from the Smithsonian collections and other sources, American Democracy proves that democracy depends on the people.

“The ballot is stronger than the bullet.”
— Abraham Lincoln

Join the following Affiliates in exploring the ideals and the realities of American democracy into the 21st Century-
The Durham Museum, Omaha, Nebraska
Greensboro History Museum, Greensboro, North Carolina
History Colorado, Denver, Colorado
Senator John Heinz History Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Contact: Ed Liskey, Senior Scheduling and Exhibitor Relations Coordinator, 202-633-3142

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