About the Museum
The National Museum of Psychology features permanent exhibits on the history of psychology as a profession, a science, and an agent of social change. Visitors of all ages can explore how psychology has become a part of popular culture and everyday life.
Save the date! The Intersections: Archives Inspiring Art
exhibit will open on Thursday, March 19. The first performance will also be held that evening.
Intersections is made possible in part by state tax dollars allocated by the Ohio Legislature to the Ohio Arts Council (OAC).
Thursday, February 27, film 11am-6pm, discussion 7pm
Visit the National Museum of Psychology to view the film, "The Negro and the American Promise". The film will run continuously throughout the day beginning at 11am. The last showing will begin at 6pm with a discussion following at 7pm. The film is an hour long and is FREE.