The Exhibition Program of the National Library of Medicine presents lively and informative exhibitions that enhance the public and scholarly awareness and appreciation of the National Library of Medicine’s collections. The Program conducts scholarly research in science, medicine, and history; interprets that research for presentation to diverse audiences; designs and develops engaging displays; and produces educational outreach programs. The Exhibition Program makes traveling versions of its exhibitions, which are hosted by America’s libraries and medical centers. The Exhibition Program promotes public education about science, medicine, and history through its creation of interactive exhibitions, multimedia displays, traveling exhibitions, web sites, symposia, films, lectures, and publications. The Program expands the local community’s knowledge about the Library’s collections though outreach to community groups, senior centers, schools, universities, and professional groups. The Exhibition Program manages a robust tour program for Library visitors, which features special presentations by National Institutes of Health scientists and other Library programs.