Dinosaurs, mummies and gems are just a few of the natural wonders that make the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History the most visited museum in America.
We're celebrating the one-hundred-year anniversary of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History, home of fine art, dinosaurs, the Hope Diamond, and over one hundred million specimens. See how its vital work remains a gift to science and to the American people, and, like the world it showcases, remains forever a work in progress.
Now, you can watch Smithsonian Channel's incredible documentaries and shows anytime you want by purchasing from any of these distributors:
Access even more free Smithsonian Channel full episodes and documentaries online through participating TV providers.
Find out if your television provider carries Smithsonian Channel on air.
Don't panic! It's simple to upgrade to the latest version of one of these browsers:
Don't panic! To get the best possible experience on smithsonianchannel.com we recommend you upgrade your operating system.
For the best possible site experience, please use Chrome for Android.
Add username "SmithsonianChan" on Snapchat for fun and fascinating facts. We'll be sharing spontaneous photos and videos as inspiration strikes.