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.
OPEN THROUGH AUGUST 18
This extraordinary exhibition looks beyond popular culture’s fantastical portrayals of Egyptians to examine the lives of commoners and god-kings and queens alike.
OPEN THROUGH SEPTEMBER 29
Until We Meet Again: Cincinnati Portraits from World War I features 80 original photographs from that collection, and some of the letters that accompanied them.
OPENING SEPTEMBER 28
Featuring the Apollo command module Columbia — the only portion of the historic spacecraft to survive the lunar journey — the exhibition explores the birth and development of the American space program and the space race in time for the 50th anniversary of humankind’s greatest scientific achievement.
At its height in 600 A.D., the Maya civilization was the greatest in the world. Discover how this “lost” civilization persists today in renewed vibrancy.