The Air & Space app for iPad includes all editorial content and photos from the current print issue, plus video, audio and expandable features.
From the Smithsonian Science Education Center, a single player can look at data and the distribution of fresh water in light of world events and equity.
These ducks need your help! Help them reach tasty treats across the pond.
Explore Chandra's profound discoveries and invaluable information about the cosmos and the wondrous objects within it.
The Smithsonian’s home for exploring and collecting stories about gardens and the gardeners who make them grow.
Explore the rich history of communities surrounding the Indian Ocean.
Help Smithsonville and other cities predict and prepare for natural disasters.
A shore-fish fauna identification guide for the Tropical Eastern Pacific from the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute.
A shore-fish fauna identification guide for the Caribbean from the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute.
Audio journeys through the vast Asian collections of the Freer|Sackler, by theme or your location
Soar above five real world terrains in the United States while learning about different types of land and water features.
This simulation asks users to answer questions about plant and animal habitats and habitat ranges. (Grade 2)
Bilingual guide (English & Spanish) to the exhibition from the National Museum of the American Indian.
This simulation allows users to test various light sources in a dark cave. (Grade 1)
Turn the pages of three sacred texts from varied places and times, for iPad.
Help Morphy locate missing crewmembers so that they can repair their spaceship. For iPad.
Features highlighted objects from our collection, multimedia and augmented reality features to enhance your museum experience, and all new stories.
This simulation allows users to take the role of an adult rockhopper penguin helping to raise its young. (Grade 1)
Travel around the world with Plato to learn about building healthy meals. ¡Ahora en español!
Introduces early learners, ages 4 to 6, to basic concepts about weather, parts of the airplane, rockets, sizes, shapes, and patterns.
Meet your female space science heroes (virtually) on a free augmented reality (AR) app that can be used on most AR-compatible devices.
Be a Smithsonian intern: solve puzzles, find clues, decipher documents, and explore photographs.
With the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum's Rocket Lab, your job is to design a series of rockets and attempt suborbital, orbital, and escape velocity missions.
On iPad, create your own collage art by remixing the works of American artist Romare Bearden (1911–1988).
Create your own collage art based on the incredible works of American artist Romare Bearden (1911-1988).
A companion to the immersive experience of the Shrine Room at the Sackler Gallery, for use onsite or off.
See skeletons in a new way with 3-D graphics, games, video, and more!
Stay connected with Smithsonian Channel’s original series, documentaries, and fun facts.
Our web-based instant guide uses image recognition to let you experience more when visiting.
See what happens to particles when sugar dissolves in water and water evaporates.
View the arc of the sun as it moves throughout the day over the Smithsonian Castle and record your observations. Look around the National Mall in full 360°.
It’s lunch time and Tami is hungry! Help Tami reach the delicious fruit by building a tower.
The National Air and Space Museum uses 3D-scans to bring flight milestones to life, including the Wright Brothers' workshop, and the orbit and re-entry of the Apollo 11 Command Module.
WONDER 360, uses VR technology to view site-specific, gallery-sized installations celebrating the Renwick Gallery.
This app for iPad is designed to collect your stories about the choices you make everyday when you dress for school, work, fun, or special occasions.
Build your own zoo, interact with animals through augmented reality, and learn what species need to thrive under human care and in the wild.