Metamorphosis in Progress Take a look at some of the new exhibit components and other changes happening at the museum! Our exterior sign changed recently, and is now under wraps until reopening. Take a look at what it looks like here! The Regional Journey Gallery includes murals from spaces all over Delaware. Model trees anchor the Bald Cypress Swamp area of the Regional Journey Gallery. This wood duckling taxidermy will be perched in a cypress tree. Giant floor maps set the stage for traveling through various ecosystems in Delaware and around the world. Dude, our museum cat, took a stroll across the Delaware map. Another view of the Regional Gallery. The Delaware Bay is one of the ecosystems highlighted in the gallery. In the Ellice & Rose McDonald Foundation PaleoZone, dinoaurs and other fearsome Cretaceous creatures rule. Meet the dryptosaurus. In the Alison K. Bradford Global Journey Gallery, a crawl through space will take young guests under the ice in the Arctic. Some of the ecosystems in the Global Journey Gallery are the Tropical Rainforest and the Oceans. Among some of the taxidermy in the Global Journey Gallery include this polar bear. The elephant reigns over the African savanna.