THE SMALLEST MOLLUSK MUSEUM

MICRO’s Smallest Mollusk Museums are six-foot-tall natural history museums that explore the last 650 million years of life on earth. Since launching publicly in late 2017, MICRO’s museums have already reached over 160,000 visitors in everyday spaces from mall concourses to community centers, libraries, the front lobbies of New York City’s busiest public hospitals and beyond.

 
 
 MICRO in the public access “Sky Room” at the New Museum of Contemporary Art
 
 MICRO in the front lobby of Bellevue Hospital in Kips Bay.
 MICRO in the Lower East Side Girls Club community center.
 The Smallest Mollusk Museum’s holographic aquarium.
 MICRO Explainers give tours of the last 650 million years of life on earth.
 MICRO in the Brooklyn Public Library system.
 MICRO in the Ronald McDonald House system.
 MICRO in Rockefeller Center.
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THE PERPETUAL MOTION MUSEUM

Now in prototype, MICRO’s new Perpetual Motion Museum is being audience tested at venues across NYC. A physics and engineering museum, it takes visitors on a whirlwind adventure from the Big Bang through to the light switches they touch every day.

 
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