The Field Museum is very large and has many exhibitions. The recommended browsing time is more than 2 hours. The ticket included a special exhibition, which chose Underground Adventure to explore underground structures from a 100-fold reduction in human perspective. The terracotta warriors and horses were on display in limited time when they arrived. It was interesting. One of the most popular exhibits is the Tyrannosaurus Rex called Sue, and short movies with its theme can be seen and added to the film project when buying tickets. Most of the exhibits are about nature and history. They are very knowledgeable.
After arriving in Chicago, the first stop of the tour happened to catch up with the Terracotta Warriors and Horses Exhibition, which made me happy that I had never been to Xi'an. Even if the number of exhibits was small, it would be counted as "pretending to be in Xi'an". There were many exhibition halls in the museum. Because of the jet lag, we only visited half of them. This little regret is left for the next trip.
The Field Museum was very interesting, but it was almost too early to close the museum with super many animal specimens. It was always yearning for the wonder of nature. I dreamed of going to Africa and South America. If I could see these live wildlife at close range, it would be even better to take pictures with Panda villagers, with the ancestors of chimpanzees and with Beckham. It was not enough to take a day to go around.
The Field Museum is one of Chicago's most worthwhile museums to visit. As a natural museum built in 1893, it has a huge scale and rich collection. It is estimated that there is no such a large natural museum in the world. The Tyrannosaurus dinosaur fossils on display in this museum are very complete and very precious. There are also many animal specimens here, each of which is made vividly. There is also a 3-D cinema in the museum, which can watch 3-D movies. The museum is so big that we haven't seen it all afternoon.
The Field Museum of Natural History, one of the three American Museums of Natural History, is located on Lake Michigan, Chicago. The museum is elegant in architecture and rich in collections, especially in anthropology, biology, geology and animals. The most complete Tyrannosaurus fossil Sue on display in the lobby on the first floor is the most famous one in the world. It's worth visiting. Half a day's visit to the museum is not enough. It's wonderful!
Founded in 1906, the Field Museum of Natural History sets aside more than 6 hectares of space for exhibitions to explore cultures and environments around the world. The Field Museum has over 21 million specimens, educational exhibitions, academic research and conservation functions, ranging from beetles, mummies to ape specimens, as well as gemstone and mineral samples.
The cattle glittering Ciago Field Museum, only for more than two hours, has not seen all the flowers on the horse... Have the chance to come again! Fig. 1: The world's largest intact Tyrannosaurus, probably the world's most famous fossil, is basically a proto-fossil rather than a replica, except for the skull. Fig. 2: Sue's skull is genuine because it's too heavy to be mounted.
There are many good museums in Chicago, and the Field Museum of Natural History is one of them. The Field Museum of Natural History is located in the Chicago Museum Park, Illinois, USA. To commemorate the museum's first major sponsor, Mr. Marshall Fielder, the Museum of Natural History. There are many exhibition rooms in the Field Museum, such as the Egyptian Tomb Exhibition Hall, Jade Exhibition Hall, Treasure Exhibition Hall, Earth Evolution Exhibition Hall, etc. It involves many disciplines, especially its collection and research in anthropology, biology, geology and zoology. Exhibits are rich, scientific research value is high, dinosaur fossils, treasures, all have the world's top. Not only do children have a lot to gain from coming here, but adults can also increase their knowledge and broaden their horizons here. A dinosaur fossil from the Field Museum is also placed in the terminal Gallery of Terminal T1 at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport. Take the subway red line to Roosevelt station, get off and walk eastward.