Zeb Hogan, National Geographic Fellow and host of the Nat Geo WILD series “Monster Fish,” will be at the Witte Museum this weekend speaking with visitors in connection with the exhibition “Monster Fish: In Search of the Last River Giants.”
“Beasley’s Vaqueros of the Brush Country” shares the danger and joy of the South Texas vaquero life.
Learn about the importance and complexity of the world’s river ecosystems through the exploration of rare, enormous freshwater fish.
Photos from the Green Spaces Alliance of South Texas’ “Picture Your World” program are on display at the Witte Museum through October.
Visitors to the Witte Museum were greeted by a vibrant, new high-definition LED video wall in the Gates Mineral Company and Gates and Elliott Families Orientation Theater beginning this month. The enhanced theater experience was made possible thanks to funding from the Gates Mineral Company.
Step into the mist and vines of Colombia’s Chocó Forest and explore poison’s role in nature, legend and human health with “The Power of Poison,” the Witte Museum’s latest special exhibition.
James Ferdinand McCan receives his first solo exhibition, with paintings of Texas from 1895 through 1925, in the Witte Museum’s Russell Hill Rogers Gallery.
Join the Conversation on the critical nature of Changing Landscapes, the topic of the 5th Annual Conference on Texas at the Witte Museum.
The Witte Museum celebrates Fiesta San Antonio with Fiesta Vogue: Outfit of the Day, Opening Thursday, March 31st
From couture gowns to eye-catching street styles, Fiesta has left an indelible mark on San Antonio’s fashion scene. Step into a fashion spread and explore the stylish influences behind the royal robes and learn about the Fiesta “look” with iconic street styles. Get your outfit of the day ready, strike a pose and become the next Fiesta Vogue cover model.