The Smithsonian Institution is a bit of a Goliath. It is the world’s largest museum institution comprised of 21 individual museums and even housing the National Zoo. It is the Disney Land of the museum world.
Located in Washington, DC, this museum is huge with over 500,000 square feet of space. The Smithsonian Institution has items dating from back to the age of dinosaurs to our present time. Marty Mcfly and Doc would go crazy making jumps across these timelines.
So where do you start exploring this Goliath of 21 museums? Start your adventure with the interactive videos and explore the many museums contained within the Smithsonian Institution. Know more about the different exhibitions the Smithsonian has with these interactive videos! See the main video at the end for the full list of important exhibits.
The nation’s only complete collection of presidential portraits outside the White House, this exhibition lies at the heart of the Portrait Gallery’s mission to tell the American story through the individuals who have shaped it.
Art in Industry
The Arts and Industries Building (AIB) is the Smithsonian’s second oldest building and a national hub for creative exchange between ideas and objects from our past and our future. Its soaring halls introduced millions of Americans to wonders about to change the world — Edison’s lightbulb, the first telephone, Apollo rockets.
Baseball America’s Home Run