10 Awe-Inspiring Museum Exhibits You Can’t Miss


Looking for a unique and exciting way to spend a brisk afternoon? Warm up this winter with an impressive and educational tour of one of these museum exhibits! 

The Art Institute of Chicago

Andy Warhol: From A to Be and Back Again

Through January 26, 2020

Learn about the iconic American pop artist and his contributions to society and how he anticipated the affects, issues, and pace of our current digital age.

Museum of Broadcast Communications

Stay Tuned: Rock on TV

Though April 2020

Check out more than 300 artifacts from the music world and learn how their television features molded rock n’ roll in this interactive exhibit.

The Field Museum

Wildlife Photographer of the Year

Through January 12, 2020

See the gorgeous products of the largest wildlife photography competition in the world, courtesy of the National History Museum.

Museum of Contemporary Art

The Shape of the Future

Through April 5, 2020

See how global modernism has influenced labor, politics, and culture through histories and ideologies embedded in the built environment.

Richard H. Driehaus Museum

Eternal Light: The Sacred Stained-Glass Windows of Louis Comfort Tiffany

Through March 8, 2020

Explore stained glass art from Louis Comfort Tiffany and see how the design and technique impacted social history from 1880-1925. 

Chicago History Museum

From Silver Screen to Mainstream: American Fashion in the 1930s and 40s

Through January 21, 2020

Discover vintage fashions from Chanel, Valentina, du Pont, and more and how the designs molded fashions for American women.

Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center

Memory Unearthed: The Lodz Ghetto Photographs Of Henryk Ross

Through January 12, 2020

See the haunting images and artifacts of Henryk Ross’ personal experience during Nazi war and hear video footage of the trial of Adolf Eichmann.

Museum of Science and Industry

Wired to Wear

Through 2020

Explore technology’s effect on fashion and functional clothing and how wearable technology has impacted our day to day lives.

American Writers Museum

My America: Immigrant And Refugee Writers Today

Through 2020

Discover the compelling works of immigrant and refugee writers in America including Reyna Grande, Gustavo Arellano, and Ngozi Ukazu.

Chicago Children’s Museum

The Pigeon Comes to Chicago! A Mo Willems Exhibit

Through January 12, 2020

Check out some of Mo Willems’ most beloved characters like Elephant and Piggie and Knuffle Bunny during this hands-on, interactive exhibit that kids will love.

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