Exhibits to Rent
Are you with an organization searching for unique, less expensive exhibit alternatives? The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History’s Traveling Exhibit Service has four small, wall-mounted, less expensive alternatives to big budget exhibits! Exhibits normally rent for $1,500 per venue and feature unique and interesting topics. Use these exhibits to complete larger exhibit walls, small exhibit areas or special celebrations such as Black History Month and Women’s History Month.
To learn more about exhibit schedules and fees, contact:
Toby Williams, Exhibit Technician
(505) 245-2137 extension 123
Inspired Excellence: The story of Marie Sklodowska Curie and Lise Meitner
This exhibit reveals how two women endured incredible challenges during an era when women were not welcome in the field of scientific discovery.
Atoms for Peace
"Atoms for Peace" contains portions of several lithographic public-relations-oriented fine art print programs created for the General Dynamics Corp. in the 1950's and 1960's. The prints depict Nitsche's interpretations of nuclear energy uses, modern technologies for the era, and feature posters created for promotion of nuclear energy in foreign countries, which are imprinted in the languages of those regions.
African Americans in World War II
Over 2.5 million African Americans served in all branches of service, and in all Theaters of Operations during World War II. Despite extensive discrimination and segregation, they met the challenge, persevered and served with distinction and honor.