Costs and Scheduling
to the Exhibits Department of the The Palm Beach Museum of
Natural History! Currently the Museum maintains several Traveling
Exhibits with additional exhibits now in the planning and
design stages. You are invited here to take a virtual tour
of our exhibits and to go behind the scenes to experience
the process of exhibit construction literally "from the ground
up." While it is the intention of the Museum to eventually
bring all of our exhibits together under one roof you may
see them now at the indicated locations and times.
on image to enter Expedition Dinosaur
on image to enter Expedition Ice Age
Florida's First People
Florida's First People focuses
on Florida's rich archaeological heritage with particular emphasis
on the original inhabitants and cultural areas of the southern
portions of the State. The exhibit makes use of artifacts from
the South Florida Archaeological Collection and is supplemented
with a variety of replicas, maps, illustrations, and diagrams.
This exhibit is currently being revised for display.
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present the story of the late Nineteenth and early Twentieth century
explorers of the "last blank spot on the map", South
America's Amazon jungle. The exhibit will feature authentic field
equipment from the period and cultural artifacts collected by
our field teams in Ecuador and Venezuela. Supplemented by a variety
of floral and faunal specimens, maps, and our own original photographs
and observations of the indigenous people, the exhibit follows
the adventures, hardships, triumphs, and disasters of men such
as Theodore Roosevelt and Col. Percy Fawcett.
This exhibit is currently in development