University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

Middle East Galleries Now Open! Our first new signature gallery in more than a decade, the new Middle East Galleries will take you on a journey to the world’s first cities, starting with a single footprint left in clay by a worker at Ur, Iraq, 6,500 years ago. See some of the Museum’s most iconic objects—like the Ram in the Thicket, the bull-headed lyre, and the burial attire of Queen Puabi of Ur—in their stunning new home. This logo indicates that a given gallery or space is impacted by our Building Transformation Campaign. Learn more. Signature Galleries Take in the fascinating story of humanity through an extraordinary collection of art and artifacts from all over the world. Our signature galleries celebrate the incredible and diverse accomplishments of people, and many of the objects on display come directly from our own archaeological excavations and anthropological expeditions. From stone tools and household items to architectural monuments and fine art — you’ll discover something new about the amazing lives of people spanning the entire history of humankind. Egypt (Sphinx) Gallery Egypt (Mummies) Gallery Africa Gallery Canaan & Ancient Israel Gallery China Gallery Etruscan Italy Gallery Greece Gallery Rome Gallery Japan Gallery Mexico & Central America Gallery Special Exhibitions A visit to our special exhibitions will transform your understanding of the human experience through compelling narratives, unique objects and engaging interactives. The stories of diverse cultures throughout history and their varied perspectives are shared through a contemporary lens, making historical connections that are relevant to our lives today. We invite you to join us on a voyage of ongoing discovery! And So the Story Goes... Bearing Witness: Four Days in West Kingston Moundbuilders What in the World? Cultures in the Crossfire The Artifact Lab Native American Voices Imagine Africa Interested in our Traveling Exhibitions? The Penn Museum has high-quality shows, drawn primarily from the vast collections of the Museum, available to institutions around the globe. Learn More

Year of Proof: Making and Unmaking Race

In the Artifact Lab: Conserving Egyptian Mummies

Imagine Africa with the Penn Museum

Sacred Spaces: The Photography of Ahmet Ertug


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