Museums in Lawrence, KS

Find museums in Lawrence, KS. Listings include Spencer Museum of Art, KU Natural History Museum, Watkins Museum of History, Dole Institute of Politics, Titantic and Haskell Cultural Center and Museum. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

TRIO at KU

TRIO at KU

1450 Jayhawk Blvd, 7 Strong Hall, Lawrence

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  • 04/05/20
    We offer our sincerest thanks to all the healthcare workers who are working tirelessly to keep us safe and healthy. These drawings by nurse Olga Bing document her firsthand experiences caring for pati...
    > Spencer Museum of Art
  • 04/03/20
    UPDATE: Thanks for everyone who participated today! Kate will keep responding this afternoon if any more prompts come in. Good news: We're doing this EVERY Friday for the next several weeks, so be sur...
    > Spencer Museum of Art
  • 04/03/20
    Some art for your evening, friends. ๐Ÿงก And don't forget to join us live on Facebook tomorrow at 1PM for Art Me Anything with Curator Kate Meyer! Link with more info in the comments. Carolus-Duran, "L...
    > Spencer Museum of Art
  • 04/01/20
    Good morning from team Spencer Museum! ๐Ÿ‘‹ We miss you guys, but we're cooking up some creative ways to keep you engaged with art. Check out our new web portal to #SpencerArtAtHome! ๐Ÿ‘‰ spencerart.ku.edu/...
    > Spencer Museum of Art
  • 03/31/20
    FYI: Happy to announce the Kansas Riverkings will be opening an exhibition at the Eudora Community Museum. Many thanks to Ben Terwilliger for working to make this possible. We expect to have it in pl...
    > Kansas Riverkings Museum
  • 03/31/20
    Today we're giving a shoutout to Dr. Gloria Arratia, KU Biodiversity Institute and Natural History Museum research associate in ichthyology! Dr. Arratia is a biologist interested in macroevolution and...
    > KU Natural History Museum
  • 03/31/20
    "We don't have enough information about SARS-like coronaviruses yet, and hopefully we won't because it would take 15 or 20 more such emergence events," KU Ecology & Evolutionary Biology (and KU BI/NHM...
    > KU Natural History Museum
  • 03/31/20
    There are just two days left in March - and Women's History Month! Today we're honoring KU Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Professor Emerita Edith L. Taylor, who is also curator emerita of paleobotan...
    > KU Natural History Museum
  • 03/31/20
    Introducing #SpencerArtAtHome! This new web portal shares ways to create ๐ŸŽจ, learn ๐Ÿ“–, watch ๐Ÿ“บ, listen ๐ŸŽง, and explore ๐Ÿ” with us from the comfort of home! Check back often for new content! ๐Ÿ‘‰ https://www...
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  • 03/30/20
    Happy Birthday to Vincent van Gogh! This article will help you separate fact from fiction. ๐Ÿ‘จโ€๐ŸŽจ๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ‘‚
    > Spencer Museum of Art
  • 03/29/20
    "Antarctic Flower," made by Kansas City native and KU alum Rockne Krebs, is an abstract plexiglass form standing around six feet tall. Do you see a flower in this work? ๐Ÿ’  If you were to give this piec...
    > Spencer Museum of Art
  • 03/28/20
    Take a trip out of this world and into the mind of KU graduate and composer Ben Justis. His composition "Voyager," performed by the KU Percussion Group at the Museum in November, is inspired by the NA...
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  • 03/28/20
    Hello from the Orient Knight anole at the KU Natural History Museum! The live snakes, bees, anoles & insects at at the museum are all doing well! โค๏ธ We hope you are too. Kudos to KUโ€™s Animal Care U...
    > KU Natural History Museum
  • 03/27/20
    Happy Fossil Friday! Here's a fabulous tyrannosaur tooth recently prepared at the KU Natural History Museum by Dr. David Burnham. He discovered this last fall while on an expedition in Montana! Check ...
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