Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County

Visit everyone’s favorite polar bear at the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, as well as another predator from the distant past, a fossilized Allosaurus.

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Boone County Public Library

At Boone County Public Library, come eye-to-eye and nose-to-nose with the creatures of the night in our exhibit In the Dark.

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Kenton County Public Library

At the Kenton County Public Library, find a collection of fossil fish, including the fearsome-looking Xiphactinus and the Coelocanth, a fossil with two living species still today.

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Mount St. Joseph University

Mount St. Joseph University will be housing two key pieces from the collections at Cincinnati Museum Center: the armored fossil fish Dunkleosteus and Umi, an the Egyptian child mummy from over 1,800 years ago.

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University of Cincinnati

University of Cincinnati has been a partner and resource for Cincinnati Museum Center on multiple occasions and has been instrumental in helping to develop new exhibits and present unique programming opportunities. Now, we are so pleased for them to host some of the exhibits that they helped to create.

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Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG)

Cincinnati Museum Center is taking flight at CVG! Over 90 artifacts and collection items will make CVG their temporary home, telling the stories of Cincinnati’s impact on transportation, American paleontology, space exploration and more.

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Cincinnati Museum Center fossils, polar bear and mummy on the move

CINCINNATI – The next time you head to the library to check out a book you can also check out some of Cincinnati Museum Center’s artifacts and specimens. Cincinnati Museum Center is bringing exhibits to Mount St. Joseph University, the Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati, Kenton County Public Library, Boone County

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