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For more than 130 years, National Geographic has been documenting our extraordinary planet and all that is in it. We bring stories of adventure, world cultures and wild places to life in exhibitions, live events and experiences that are designed to be shared with audiences of all ages.

We partner with museums, science centers, universities, galleries, zoos, and aquariums all over the world on relevant and important projects. From large scale interactives to stunning photography shows, National Geographic Traveling Exhibitions are a window to the world.

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Upcoming Events

Family Day: Secrets of Egypt
Family Event
Family Day: Secrets of Egypt
Saturday, July 20, 2019
Embark on an exciting journey to ancient Egypt with your family in this year’s daylong event—featuring activities, games, performances, our museum ...
Student Matinees
Student Matinees
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National Geographic Explorers, photographers, filmmakers, and scientists embody the importance of living curious, responsible, and empowered lives....
Virtual Reality at Nat Geo
Virtual Reality at Nat Geo
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See the Earth’s most extraordinary places like never before on virtual reality explorations led by world-renowned National Geographic Explorers

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    See all international traveling exhibition offerings.


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    See all traveling exhibition offerings for North America.


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