GRPM from Home
The GRPM offers various resources accessible from home, including exploring the Museum’s Collection, activities and more!
The Museum is committed to continuing to deliver content digitally to the community during our closure for COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic to entertain, educate and spark curiosity within your home virtually.
The Museum has shifted their live stream camera to showcase the two 10-month-old Lake Sturgeon featured in the Grand Fish, Grand River exhibition. Visit the fish anytime, but their lights go out at night too.
The GRPM’s Collection of more than 250,000 artifacts and specimens can be explored online for free, anywhere, anytime.
Create your own login on the website and begin to curate your own collections and digital exhibits. The Museum also wants to hear from you, if you have a story or information about an object, leave a comment, send us an email, or make your own digital exhibit.
How To Curate Your Own Collections
Make your saved collection public in the website’s Community Galleries, and it may be featured on the Museum’s social media channels!
Behind the Scenes
Education Resources for the Entire Family
To help augment lessons and keep kids learning and engaged with content, the GRPM is creating new digital content on a routine basis during this time.
The Museum will be highlighting unique historical artifacts and scientific specimens that provide concrete connections and examples of topics at local, national and global levels.
Virtual Discovery Kits
Virtual Scavenger Hunts