Take the Smithsonian with you with our mobile apps and websites!
Your mobile guide to visiting the Smithsonian. Discover what to see and do, search our collections, access podcasts and other apps, add your tips and photos.
Stay connected with Smithsonian Channel's original series, documentaries, and fun facts.
Smithsonian magazine on your iPad includes every story, department, photo, and more.
Selection of custom-built tours, based on your available time and passions, from the editors of Smithsonian magazine.
Offers everyone new ways of seeing 100 of America's most evocative historical objects through the eyes of both visitors and museum staff.
The Air & Space app for iPad includes all the editorial content and photos from the current print issue of Air & Space magazine plus video, audio, and expandable features.
Multimedia tours of the museum's permanent and temporary exhibitions.
An unprecedented interactive journey through the National Portrait Gallery's iconic American Presidential collection.
AtomDB is an atomic database that contains spectrographic information used to understand astronomical objects such as stars and galaxies.
Americans reacted to the Emancipation Proclamation in different ways. Discover firsthand accounts of individual circumstances and reactions.
Follow along with museum founder Charles Lang Freer (1854–1919) as he gathers the objects that now form the Korean collection of the Freer Gallery of Art.
This free mobile app uses visual recognition software to help identify tree species from photographs of their leaves.
Use this fun, interactive, family-friendly app to engage with the National Postal Museum's collections and one another. Enhance your visit with your mobile device.
Do you look like your prehistoric relatives? Try morphing yourself backward in time with the MEanderthal app for iPhone and Android!
Maps, tours, animals, news, activities, live animal cams, movies, and fun Zooify Yourself feature.
Watch Owney the Dog "come to life" above his official U.S. commemorative stamp released July 27, 2011.
Enjoy the life story of Owney, the official mascot of the Railway Mail Service, in this animated adventure eBook with vocal performance by Trace Adkins.
This conversational audio tour for the traveling exhibition Romare Bearden: A Black Odyssey, gives listeners new intellectual inroads into the works of Romare Bearden and into the bewitching heart of Homer's Odyssey.
Create your own collage art based on the incredible works of American artist Romare Bearden (1911-1988).
Air & Space magazine presents a celebration of the 30-year history of the U.S. Space Shuttle.
New app collecting stories from America's small towns and rural communities. What's your story?
Designed to collect your stories about the choices you make everyday when you dress for school, work, fun, or special occasions.
Discover ten stories from UNESCO's World Heritage List: The list of the most outstanding natural and cultural sites in the world.
Explore the upcoming National Museum of African American History and Culture building before it opens in 2015!
Style and creativity meet in this bilingual (English and Brazilian Portuguese) tour of the second of the National Museum of African Art's "Artists in Dialogue" series.
Bilingual mobile guide to the new Infinity of Nations exhibition compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch, and the iPad.
Tour the exhibition, listen to interviews, and vote for your favorite portrait for the People's Choice Award.
Pilot Pals introduces early learners, ages 4-6, to basic concepts about weather, parts of the airplane, rockets, sizes, shapes, and patterns.
Explore artist James McNeill Whistler's famed Peacock Room in the Smithsonian's Freer Gallery and learn about its dynamic, cosmopolitan history in this fully interactive, visually stunning app.
This iPad application showcases 65 of the 350 works that were on view in the exhibition Set In Style: The Jewelry of Van Cleef & Arpels.
Designed for the home and classroom by the Smithsonian Science Education Center and Filament Games, this game teaches students how to describe movement and motion while visiting rare animals at the National Zoo.
A mobile tour containing audio, video, and images for the exhibition I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story.