Clear Channel Exhibitions
Clear Channel Exhibitions is a leader in providing blockbuster educational and entertaining family traveling exhibits.
Clear Channel Exhibitions is a leader in providing blockbuster educational and entertaining family traveling exhibits, and a developer of large-scale, educational touring mega-events. (more)
War in America, 1776 to Today provides unprecedented perspective into terror on American soil.

Clear Channel Exhibitions and the International Spy Museum™ in Washington, D.C. have announced a new blockbuster traveling museum exhibition providing unprecedented perspective into terror on American soil. Artifacts such as fragments of the planes that hit the World Trade Center, Ku Klux Klan robes, J. Edgar Hoover's personal telephone; historic photos and documents; films; recreated environments; and a range of other displays help visitors explore the history of those who have threatened America's security over the past 200 years. (Tell me more)


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SPACE: A JOURNEY TO OUR FUTURE

was created to ignite the desire for discovery, sparking imaginations and inspiring new generations of explorers to dream of the possibilities that lie ahead. (Tell me more)
A once in a lifetime exhibition exploring the 2,000-year history, Saint Peter and the Vatican, The Legacy of the Popes.
 

A once-in-a-lifetime exhibition exploring the 2,000-year history of the papacy, with important historical objects, precious liturgical items, rare documents, and spectacular works of art, many of which have never left the Vatican or been on public view. (Tell me more)

GENOME, THE SECRET OF HOW LIFE WORKS.
 

GENOME: THE SECRET OF
HOW LIFE WORKS,

which opened at Smithsonian, provides a fun, interactive and accessible look at the human genome, tackling topics such as genetic predetermination, the nature of mutations and the very slight differences in genetic material that separate one human being from another.
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Clear Channel Exhibitions debuts a new non-traditional exhibition created for American Heart Association.
 

The Go Red for Women campaign for the American Heart Association has teamed up with Clear Channel Exhibitions to raise money and create awareness of heart disease and stroke prevention.
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