Greater Yellowstone Adventure Exhibits at the Draper Natural History MuseumDraper Natural History Museum exhibits focus on the ecology and natural history of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Collectively, the Draper Museum exhibit galleries are presented as the “Greater Yellowstone Adventure,” which includes three, large, interconnected and immersive galleries: Expedition Trailhead, Alpine-to-Plains Trail, and the exhibition Monarch of the Skies: The Golden Eagle in Greater Yellowstone and the American West, which opened in June 2018. Immerse yourself in the sights, sounds, and even smells of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem in our highly interactive exhibits. Around every corner is a new discovery.
Pick up your Adventure passport at the Trailhead Bulletin Board, and stamp it at six stations on your Greater Yellowstone Adventure. At the Trailhead, explore two rustic cabins, the Harold and Roberta Byrd Naturalist Cabin and the Steven Seay Geology Cabin.The Harold and Roberta Byrd Naturalist’s Cabin houses a naturalist’s study with reading material and an orientation video to prepare you for your Greater Yellowstone adventure. In the Steven Seay Geology Cabin you will learn about the dramatic geological processes that continue to shape the Greater Yellowstone region geology and geologic processes of the Greater Yellowstone area. You can also explore the geological samples on the geologic time column and in the specimen drawers. You can also find an informative video on the Yellowstone Super Volcano!