Now on view and coming soon
Now on View
Delight in the interactive displays tucked into a warren of creepy rooms in a derelict Victorian manor. Dig into deadly nightshade and other villains, then continue into a room teeming with 10 of the world’s most nefarious invasive plants. This family-friendly exhibit showcases plants at the root of a myriad of conditions, including pain, addiction, obesity, allergies, cognitive impairment and even death!
September 21 – January 5
Bell Museum resident artist Anna Cerelia Battistini presents large, internally lit lanterns made of willow, rattan, and paper throughout the Minnesota Journeys galleries. Her series of six large paper lanterns explores endangered, threatened, and special concern species in Minnesota.
October 16 – November 3
See Audubon’s Birds of America come to life in this multimedia exhibition! Walk into the immersive video room “The Audubon Experience” and find yourself surrounded by a virtual swamp and forest where 20 of Audubon’s birds are brought to life through motion and sound. The exhibition will also include selections from the Bell’s rare double elephant folio of Birds of America, one of fewer than 120 in the world. Learn about Audubon’s life and travels, and flex your creative and observational muscles in a “Draw like Audubon” hands-on experience.
January 25–May 31, 2020