Physical Exhibitions

Image of a display from the CDC Museum

 

The David J. Sencer CDC Museum organizes and presents changing exhibitions in our upper and mezzanine level galleries and in the Lobby Gallery. Complementing our permanent exhibitions dedicated to the history of CDC, the changing exhibition program reflects the work of CDC and critical issues related to public health. ​

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 present

    Online Exhibits: Digital content based on the museum’s physical exhibitions.

Page last reviewed: September 15, 2020