Journey Through Time At The Field Museum
HoursMuseum is open daily 9am - 5pm (last entry at 4pm)
- All-Access Pass - $43
- Discovery Pass - $37
- Basic Admission - $30
- Inside Ancient Egypt
- SUE the T. rex
- First Kings of Europe (March 31, 2023 - Jan 28, 2024)
- Cyrus Tang Hall of China
- Underground Adventure
- Evolving Planet
- Grainger Hall of Gems
- Hall of Jades
- Pacific Spirits
- Eyes on the Stars
- Crown Family PlayLab
- Pawnee Earth Lodge
Sue the T. rex
The Field Museum is home to the largest and most complete Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton ever discovered. Named "Sue" after the paleontologist who found her, Sue's skeleton is approximately 90% complete and provides valuable insights into the life of this iconic dinosaur.
The museum's collection is vast and diverse, with over 40 million specimens and artifacts. It includes everything from fossils and gems to cultural artifacts and taxidermy animals. This extensive collection makes the Field Museum one of the world's leading natural history museums.
Become A Member
Unlock a world of discovery and support the Field Museum by becoming a member today. Membership grants you exclusive access to captivating exhibitions, behind-the-scenes experiences, and special events. Enjoy unlimited visits, discounts and the satisfaction of contributing to vital scientific research and conservation efforts. Join our community of enthusiasts and embark on a journey of knowledge and wonder.
How much is parking at the Field Museum, and where do I park?
Parking rates at the Field Museum vary, but there is a convenient underground parking garage available for visitors. As of September 2021, parking rates were around $25 for standard vehicles. However, it's advisable to check the museum's official website or contact them directly for the most up-to-date parking rates and options.
Do I need to purchase tickets in advance for the Field Museum, or can I buy them on the day of my visit?
While you can purchase tickets at the museum on the day of your visit, it's recommended to buy tickets in advance through the Field Museum's official website. This not only allows for a contactless and expedited entry process but also ensures availability, especially during peak visitation times. Additionally, members can often enjoy priority access.