Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago Photos

The Field Museum of Natural History is noted for Sue the Tyrannosaurus Rex, plus archeological & anthropological collections from around the world. The building (1912-20) (1400 South Lakeshore Drive) was designed by D.H. Burnham & Co. + Graham, Burnham & Company + Graham, Anderson, Probst & White.
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Adler Planetarium, Shedd Aquarium, Field Museum + moored pleasure boats south of downtown from Sears Tower. Chicago, IL.Field Museum of Natural History. Chicago, IL.Caryatids on Field Museum of Natural History. Chicago, IL.Great Hall in Field Museum of Natural History. Chicago, IL.
Adler Planetarium, Shedd Aquarium, Field Museum + moored pleasure boats south of downtown from Sears Tower. Chicago, IL.Field Museum of Natural History (1912-20) (1400 South Lakeshore Drive). Chicago, IL. Architect: D.H. Burnham & Co. + Graham, Burnham & Company + Graham, Anderson, Probst & White.Caryatids on Field Museum of Natural History. Chicago, IL.Great Hall in Field Museum of Natural History. Chicago, IL.
Skeleton of Tyrannosaurus Rex called Sue at Field Museum of Natural History. Chicago, IL.Tyrannosaurus Rex skull at Field Museum of Natural History. Chicago, IL.Egyptian mummy in Field Museum of Natural History. Chicago, IL.
Skeleton of Tyrannosaurus Rex called Sue at Field Museum of Natural History. Chicago, IL.Tyrannosaurus Rex skull at Field Museum of Natural History. Chicago, IL.Egyptian mummy in Field Museum of Natural History. Chicago, IL.

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