We looked inside some of the tweets by @NatGeoMuseum and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
In Ancient Egypt the Nile dictated all aspects of life. Farming depended on the annual flood and the dead journeyed along the river to the afterlife. The desert preserved the ancient empire and is an incredible source of knowledge. Learn more at our #QueensOfEgypt exhibition.
#WorldRefugeeDay is this Thursday, June 20. What better way to commemorate the day than visiting our Photo Camp exhibition at the Kennedy Center to learn about the struggles and triumphs, hopes and fears of refugee youth around the world. http://onnatgeo.org/7t
Our world is drowning in plastic and the future of our environment and our lives depends on immediate action. Planet or Plastic? the traveling exhibition is open at the UN Visitors Center in New York City. Learn more here. http://onnatgeo.org/R0 Photo by Richard John Seymour
Archaeological excavations & scientific studies allow researchers to recreate the beauty products of the past including Cleopatra’s perfume. Stop by our perfume smelling station at the #QueensOfEgypt exhibition and decide whether you would wear her scent! http://onnatgeo.org/vl
This beautiful photo taken by a Photo Camp student in our Kolkata program last year can be seen at the @kencen, along with other equally stunning images never before displayed together. See the exhibition before it closes on World Refugee Day on June 20. http://onnatgeo.org/vF
Hey Milan. Understanding Climate Change, the incredible exhibition about the effects of global warming on our planet, is open at the Museo Civico di Storia Naturale. Come see captivating images and learn more about the realities of a warming planet. Photo by @jimbrandenburg
Hey San Diego! Our traveling exhibition, 50 Greatest Landscapes, is still on display at @SDNHM! Stop by to see the captivating work of famous @NatGeo photographers, like this image from Michael Nichols, before it closes at the end of June. Read more here http://onnatgeo.org/vA
Hey Jackson, WY! The photography exhibit, "Day to Night: In the Field with Stephen Wilkes" is open at the @WildlifeArtJH. Wilkes captures moments in time throughout the day and night and creates larger than life scenes as a result like this photo of Bass Rock. Photo @swilkesphoto
Nefertiti is a mystery. Neither her tomb nor her mummy have ever been found, and all of our knowledge about her life comes from incomplete data. She is the most beautiful question mark. Come by our #QueensOfEgypt exhibition to learn about her. http://onnatgeo.org/vV
Happy #WorldTurtleDay! This photo can be seen in Ocean Soul, our traveling photography exhibition about the wonders of our ocean, which recently closed at the @MulticentroCC. Our traveling exhibitions are an incredible way to share stories with the world. Photo by @Brian_Skerry
Today is #InternationalDayForBiologicalDiversity, a day to celebrate the stunning amount of diversity found all over our world. At our 50 Greatest Wildlife exhibition at the @Museon you can be inspired by the great abundance of life on our planet. Photo by @PaulNicklen
As #NationalPhotographyMonth is coming to a close, let’s celebrate with some photographs taken by @NatGeo greats! You can see this image and others at our traveling exhibition 50 Greatest Photographs, opening in Toronto this August. Photo by Chris Johns http://onnatgeo.org/gy