Virtual Exhibit

Experience the dynamic forces that shape Oregon’s landscapes and ecosystems.

You’ll meet massive spike-tooth salmon, giant Ice Age mammals, and other amazing fossil animals from Oregon’s deep past—and you’ll join in a conversation about climate and our collective future. 
How to use the virtual exhibit:
  • The small dots on the walls indicate additional resources, such as videos, text, images, or links to other websites.
  • Move through the exhibit by clicking on the circles on the floor. You can go one by one, jump ahead, or move back at any time.
  • Click and drag the screen left, right, up, and down to look around
  • The three small icons in the bottom left corner allow you to access the “dollhouse” view, floorplan view, and measurement tool.
  • The measurement tool allows you to measure items in the exhibit, like the sloth skeleton.
  • Zoom in and out to get a better view.
  • It is possible to view the exhibit on a phone or tablet, but a larger computer screen is optimal.

Want to see the exhibit in person? Visit the Museum of Natural and Cultural History’s website for more information.

Are you a K-12 educator? Our Explore Oregon educator guides build on the exhibit with lesson plans about Oregon’s amazing geology and natural history. Learn more and request your free guides.