Exhibits & Education

Exhibitions and Education Programs are the Peabody Museum's principal offerings for the general public. There are currently nine exhibitions on view at the Peabody, with new exhibits each year. The Museum's exhibits feature objects and photographs from its vast collections. With nearly 3000 objects on display, this represents only a fraction of its collection of over 1.2 million objects.

The Peabody's educational programming offers family days, exhibit openings, curator's talks, lecture series, films, seminars, performances, and K–12 school programs. Most evening and weekend programs are offered free to the public.






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Storied Walls explores spectacular ancient wall paintings in Arizona, Guatemala, Mexico, and Peru. Photo by Barry Hetherington.


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