The Alliance has compiled this set of traveling exhbit-related resources from amongst its own offerings as well as those throughout the nonprofit and museum sector.
The Alliance provides Tier 3 museum members with sample exhibition agreements.
Working together with photographers, explorers, and other partners, National Geographic creates exhibits covering a wide range of topics and with appeal for multiple audiences.
The California Science Center has numerous traveling exhibitions for rent. They also design exhibits for sale to other science centers and museums.
The Humanities Texas exhibitions program circulates traveling exhibitions on a variety of topics ranging from the signers of the Texas Declaration of Independence and Martin Luther King Jr. to the art of El Greco and the Dust Bowl.
The Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES) develops and circulates exhibits based on Smithsonian collections.
TEG is an independent membership network of galleries, museums, libraries, art and science centers and other organizations committed to exchanging exhibitions as a means of sharing ideas, materials and resources – based in the United Kingdom.
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum exhibitions program brings the history and lessons of the Holocaust to audiences from the smallest towns to the largest cities.