Cincinnati Museum Center’s newly restored Westheimer Exhibit Halls are specially designed to host traveling exhibitions of all shapes and sizes. Here’s what we’re hosting now.
A Year on the Edge features nearly 100 framed photographs captured over the course of all four seasons at the Richard and Lucile Durrell Edge of Appalachia Preserve System that bring the forest to life. Brilliant sunlight streaming through rock crevices, cascading waterfalls and wildlife holding dominion over the landscape illustrate in vivid detail the beauty of the Edge’s wild spaces.
July 23, 2021 to February 21, 2022
Borrowed Gems from the Taft Museum of Art showcases the collection of Charles Phelps and Anna Sinton Taft, displaying 47 artworks from some of the greatest European artists of the past. Among the featured artworks are masterpieces from Thomas Gainsborough, J.M.W. Turner, Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot and Charles François Daubigny. Also on display are decorative arts featuring Qing dynasty Chinese ceramics and 18th-century watches.
Opening October 22, 2021
Take your imagination to infinity… and beyond! It’s your turn in the artist’s seat as we reveal The Science Behind Pixar. Since Disney and Pixar’s Toy Story debuted in 1995, generations have grown up with the studio’s films and characters. Now discover the science that brings them to life. The interactive exhibition showcases the boundless limits of STEM, imagination and curiosity, thrilling you as you come face-to-face with popular characters, including Buzz Lightyear, Dory, Mike and Sulley, Edna Mode and WALL•E.
Holiday Junction featuring the Duke Energy Holiday Trains brings out the wide-eyed wonder in kids of all ages. From the child with their eyes peeled for visitors from the North Pole to the teen counting every LEGO brick to the grandparent watching model trains zip through a mini metropolis, our signature holiday experience brings families together in ageless joy.
Open through April 18, 2021
An Unfinished Revolution: Women and the Vote commemorates the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, showcasing the courage and resilience of women who have fought for the right to vote. The exhibition tells the story of years of struggle and sacrifice to secure the vote, and the ongoing fight by some groups for their right to vote.
Includes Cincinnati History Museum, Museum of Natural History & Science and The Children's Museum
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