A French gilt-bronze clock, a copper vase, a stained glass window that features beautiful lilies, and a white opalescent glass chandelier are just some of the exquisite objects showcased in Tiffany: Luminous Masterworks.
The School of Architecture and the Architecture Library at the University of Notre Dame are committed to the study of classical architecture.
Items from the Oliver Mansion that aren't normally seen on a house tour are on display in this permanent exhibit.
The women who made up the teams of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL) were pioneers in sports-yet played for the love of the game. They crisscrossed the Midwest making history in ball parks-yet just wanted to drive in the scoring run. They were immortalized in the film, A League of Their Own-yet still gather at annual reunions simply to see "old friends." Their story is told in Polished in Public, Fierce on the Field, on view in the Lower Level Lobby at The History Museum.
Through seven rooms of life-like dioramas and interactive displays, Voyages tells the compelling stories of the people of the St. Joseph River Valley.
This display of miniature lamps features over 250 items displayed in eight mirrored cases. Intricate and unique, the lamps are composed of a variety of glass types: opalescent, milk, and satin, to name a few. Some are embossed, others feature delicate hand-painted designs or frosted patterns. The lamps are of a variety of colors, including blue, green, pink, white, and yellow. They are from The History Museum's Mary Jane Miniature Lamp Collection.