Should you have your baby's DNA sequenced? What keeps you awake? Is texting changing your brain? Step inside the Hall of Human Life, the Museum's new biology exhibition opening in November, and encounter such far-reaching questions on an amazing journey inside the human body. Spanning more than 70 interactive components, the exhibition will revolutionize how you engage with your biology and manage your health.
The Hall of Human Life, a new 10,000-square-foot exhibition, aims to revolutionize how people understand their own biology by investigating how humans change over time in our dynamic environments. Designed to highlight breakthroughs in biology and biotechnology, the components within the Hall of Human Life will spark curiosity about innovations in life sciences and help Museum visitors build thinking skills to make informed choices.
Visitors will be able to take fifteen unique personal measurements, and their actual data will be central to telling the exhibition's stories. Please purchase tickets today and experience this unique interaction of biology and innovation.
The Hall of Human Life will be wonderful for school groups, and teachers and administrators are encouraged to Learn more about Field Trip reservations.