Look, Listen & Connect with Mobile @ Joslyn

In Living Color: Andy Warhol & Contemporary Printmaking


You may also access this tour by dialing (402) 881-3601
Click here to read the mobile tour script.

En Espanol

You may also access this tour by dialing (402) 972-4031
Click here to read the mobile tour script.



The Maximilian-Bodmer Expedition:
Travels in the Interior of North America, 1832–1834

  

You may also access this tour by dialing (402) 881-3138
Click here to read the mobile tour script.

This exhibition is traveling to select Nebraska venues during 2013–2014.  Click here for more details.
 
 
Experience Edventures* @ Joslyn
Joslyn partnered with Green Door Labs to offer you high tech gaming experiences - Edventures - when you visit the Museum.

Using your web-enabled mobile device, TAP the green door to get started! 

iArt: For Kids, By Kids

2012–2013 Buffett Magnet Middle School eighth graders developed the FIRST Joslyn Edventures in collaboration with University Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) Service Learning Academy.

Art Deco Treasure Hunt
This Edventure will show you details or treasures of the Joslyn Memorial building. Starting outside, you will discover the Thunderbird motif and more in three main areas of the building.

*Edventure
: 1) high tech scavenger hunt; 2) an exciting experience; 3) fun meets discovering
Powered by the Edventure Builder by Green Door Labs




*Joslyn galleries are equipped with free Wi-FI.


Mobile FAQ
How much does a mobile tour cost? There is no extra Joslyn charge (regular phone rates apply) to access a mobile tour or Edventure. 

What if I do not have a device? A limited number of iPods with earphones are available through the Scott EdTech Gallery for visitors (no extra charge; first come, first served; must leave a driver's license to borrow iPod). 

How do I listen to the mobile tour? You may listen to the tour as you would a phone call, but earphones will make your experience more enjoyable (speaker mode not allowed in the galleries). 

What if I did not bring earphones? Disposable sets are available for purchase in the Hitchcock Museum Shop for $2 (includes tax).



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