Explore the MIT Museum’s collections through our ever-expanding collections database, made possible by the support of the Institute for Museum and Library Services and the Donald R. Taber (MIT Class of 1925) Fund.
The MIT Museum shares the creative energy of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology through an exciting array of exhibitions that will leave you amazed and inspired by the many scientific, artistic, and technological innovations that originated and continue to evolve at MIT. View exhibitions.
Installations and Collaborations
Explore big ideas in small spaces. Throughout the museum you’ll find small, focused installations about a single artist, scientist, or concept. Often developed in partnership with MIT students, faculty, and researchers, these installations draw on the MIT Museum’s vast collections of objects and archival materials. View installations and collaborations.
The MIT Museum’s collections are at the core of all we do, from research and publications to public programs and exhibitions. Through more than one million objects, prints, rare books, technical archives, drawings, photographs, films, and holograms we’re able to share the wide interests of the MIT community from the Institute’s founding in 1861 to cutting-edge current research. View collections.