Two New Additions Make This Montana Tourist Attraction Perfect
If you live in Bozeman and have yet to stop at the Museum of the Rockies, you are totally missing out. A walk through history, science, and brilliancy is what you can expect.
Every year, the MOR (Museum of the Rockies) will have seasonal exhibits, all of which draw in a large crowd. Those crowds will include veterans of the MOR, and some newbies that will soon become regulars at the museum.
Just announced are two new exhibits to the Museum of the Rockies, which you can see until January 7th, 2024.
Step into the world of an Unbridled Spirit. This exhibition takes you on a journey through the rugged beauty and fading traditions of the American West through the lens of internationally-acclaimed photographer Barbara Van Cleve. View numerous photography themes alongside a carefully curated selection of ranching artifacts from her's and MOR's cultural history collections. She has passionately documented the "true grit" and romantic allure of her ranching experiences in the West. Inducted into the prestigious Cowgirl Hall of Fame, Van Cleve's photography has garnered international acclaim, featuring in over 60 solo exhibitions nationwide and beyond. -MOR
Zoo in You invites members and visitors of all ages to explore this fascinating and complex world inside us, that is, our microbiome, a dynamic, adaptable, and delicately balanced ecosystem like any other found in nature.
Explore this vibrant world of our inner microorganisms through engaging, interactive, and bilingual exhibits and programs and discover who our constant microbial
companions are, where they live, how diverse they are, and in what ways scientists are learning just how important they are to our own health. -MOR
These two new exhibits are included in your membership and your general ticket purchase, there is no additional charge. What are you doing this week? See you at Museum of the Rockies!
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