Seriously Amazing Objects
America: land of liberty, opportunity, and some Seriously Amazing Objects, many of which are on display or in the archives of the Smithsonian Institution. Join us as we whisk unsuspecting museum visitors inside the vaults to get up close and personal with some of history's great treasures. From the Spirit of St. Louis to the Model T, and from Edison's light bulb to Seinfeld's "puffy shirt," this series celebrates our nation's explorers, trailblazers, and megastars, sharing their stories through unforgettable objects.
Go behind closed doors at the Smithsonian, and then hit the road as we explore amazing tools that have shaped our world.
Discover how a simple day at the Smithsonian can lead to a lunch with Abraham Lincoln and a ride in a 1913 Ford Model T.
See a famous laptop, a Gold Rush nugget, Oscar the Grouch, and Susan B. Anthony's red shawl. Other amazing objects in the Smithsonian include Lindbergh's Spirit of St. Louis, Irving Berlin's piano, and Seinfeld's puffy shirt.
Join Smithsonian visitors on an up close and personal adventure with Sitting Bull, Rosie the Riveter, and Thomas Edison.
A comic book fan, a plane enthusiast, and a pigeon fanatic are about to have a museum visit for the ages.