- The Academy of Natural Sciences: This site contains
on-line exhibits, as well as information about
all aspects of the Academy.
- AIP Emilio Segrč Visual
A collection of some 25,000 historical
photographs, slides, lithographs, engravings, and
other visual materials and part of the Center for
History of Physics of the American Institute of
Exploratorium: Stills, movies, sounds,
and other experimental items from the digital
library of San Francisco's Exploratorium museum.
- Florida Museum of Natural History
(Gainesville, FL, USA): This WWW server provides access to
the museum, its collections and databases,
research programs, exhibits, public education
programs, administrative departments, function,
- Franklin Institute Science
"Exhibits, resources, and the fun of a
museum visit brought to your desktop."
- Hands On Children's Museum
(Olympia, WA): Fun for kids 10 years old and
under. Ocean Odyssey: the oceans and fish,
animals, and plants that live there.
- Hands-On Science Centers -
International: This page contains pointers to
public museums worldwide with a strong emphasis
on interactive science education. Links to home
pages of these museums; some reviews.
- Hands-on Science Centers
Pointers to public museums with a strong emphasis
on interactive science education. Asia, Europe,
and North America, other related links.
History of Science,
Technology, and Medicine: Complete alphabetical listing of
- Illusion Works - A Sensory
An educational web site on illusions, perception,
and brain and cognitive science, examining
perception through an interactive exploration of
- The Israel National Museum
Of Science, Haifa: An interactive center for science
education. Exhibitions, Building, Youth Wing
Information, Events. Permanent exhibits.
- Kansas Natural History
Museum (and Internet biology links): Natural history
collections, description of the mammal
Kelsey Museum Educational
and Outreach Programs: Kelsey Museum of Archeology, Univ.
of Michigan (Ann Arbor).
- Lawrence Hall of Science
science museum and research center at the Univ.
of California, Berkeley, dedicated increasing
public understanding and enjoyment of science,
and to improving pre-college science and
- Miami Museum of Science: Online resources include
Hurricane - Storm Science.
- Museum of History of
Science, Florence: A bilingual (Italian and English)
site providing research capabilities within the
Italian Bibliography of Science History and the
Library of the History Of Science Museum.
- Museum of the History of
This Oxford, England, Museum houses an
exceptional collection of historic scientific
instruments in what is the world's oldest
surviving purpose-built museum building, the Old
- Old Bones: In this website, you'll see the
reconstructed skeletons of dinosaurs and other
prehistoric creatures that were found in Russia
- Ontario Science Centre: The home page of this
science museum, offering general information,
news, interactive activities, a virtual tour of
selected exhibits, and information about other
web connections, educational programs, and the
Royal Tyrrell Museum of
Palaeontology: Virtual site for a science museum
named for Joseph Tyrrell, who in 1884 travelled
to what is now Alberta, Canada to study coal
deposits and found the first dinosaur remains
("Albertosaurus") in the Drumheller
- SchoolNet - Math and
Annotated lists of science and math resources
for: biology and health, chemistry, environment
and ecology, mathematics, physics, and
technology. Offered by Canada's SchoolNet; an
emphasis on Canadian sites.
- The Science Museum (London,
Science Museum collects artefacts that represent
the development of science, technology, industry
and medicine from around 1700 to the present.
- Science Museum of Minnesota: Maya Adventure, a WWW
site that highlights science activities and
information related to ancient and modern Maya
- Smithsonian Natural History Web: Compiled and maintained
by the National Museum of Natural History.
- Smithsonian Table of Contents: What's new from the
Smithsonian Institution (SI), Washington, DC,
U.S.A.) on the Internet.
Virtual Field Trips for
Students & Teachers: Take a field trip to a museum,
another city, state, country, or world.