Exhibitions

Image of a display from the CDC Museum

 

The David J. Sencer CDC Museum features changing exhibits throughout the year to supplement its permanent installations. Four temporary exhibitions — each related to CDC′s work — are mounted each year. The permanent and changing exhibits help to further the mission of CDC and introduce, engage, and educate visitors to the work and accomplishments of CDC.

Exhibitions
  • Current: Information on exhibits that are currently on display.Current: Information on exhibits that are currently on display.
  • Future exhibits that are scheduled to open soon.Upcoming: Future exhibits that are scheduled to open soon.
  • Features 65 original watercolors used in diabetes prevention stories for Native American children.CDC Traveling: Features 65 original watercolors used in diabetes prevention stories for Native American children.
  • Archives of past exhibits featured at the CDC Museum.Past: Archives of past exhibits featured at the CDC Museum.
  • Epidemic Intelligence Service class gifts and stories from 1951 to presentOnline Exhibits: Epidemic Intelligence Service class gifts and stories from 1951 to present

Page last reviewed: September 24, 2013