Due to renovations, no tours/exhibits available until further notice.
The Kinsey Institute's library and collections chronicle more than 2,000 years of human history, with publications, objects, art, and data from around the world.
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Tours of the institute are not offered over the summer. Tours will be available in the fall semester. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to plan a tour for your group.
We are excited to announce that our new History Exhibit will launch to the public at our Open House on Saturday, September 16th. Details of the Open House events will be announced on our News and Events page, or watch our Facebook page.
The Kinsey Institute Library is open during the summer by appointment only.
For any other questions, feel free to contact us.
Kinsey relies on volunteers to assist with the collections, guiding tours, and staffing our reception area. Contact us if interested in more information about the program.
The Kinsey Institute holds thousands of treasures. Our Traveling Exhibit Program ensures that you have a chance to see them by partnering with museums and galleries around the world. Recent exhibits have included shows at The Cooper Union and Columbia College's Glass Curtain Gallery. For information on upcoming traveling exhibits, visit our News and Events page.
Check our online gallery for examples of other exhibits curated for Kinsey Institute shows.
The Kinsey Institute houses extensive archival collections for scholarly use. They include the papers of Dr. Alfred Kinsey, the records of the institute, and materials of research scholars and instititutes such as Masters & Johnson and the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality.Read more
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