The Springfield Natural History Museum is the second Museum of Natural History of Springfield, after the first was burnt down and after being rebuilt, closed due to lack of interest. It is also where the Bartman Begins level takes place in The Simpsons Game.
|Bird exhibits||The Boy Who Knew Too Much||A hallway with birds in cages on the walls|
|Aquatic exhibit||Lisa the Skeptic||Marine life in tanks on the wall and a live whale hung from the ceiling|
|Dinosaur bones||Lisa the Skeptic||Bones of dinosaurs|
|Telescope||Lisa the Skeptic||A large, advanced telescope|
|Mammoth exhibit||Lisa the Skeptic||A stuffed wooly mammoth|
|Minerals||'Scuse Me While I Miss the Sky||Pretty minerals|
|Astronomy story telling||'Scuse Me While I Miss the Sky||A recorded voice tells stories about the stars|
|Egyptian artifacts||The Simpsons Game||Egyption artifacts, includes hieroglyphs|
|When Herbivores Attack!||The Simpsons Game||A model of herbivorous dinosaurs beating up a carnivore|
|Zap the Past||The Simpsons Game||A moving diorama|
|Outer Space||The Simpsons Game||Giant balls that represent the planets|
|Women's Weaving Show||The Monkey Suit||A show about the history of women's weaving|
|History of weapons||The Monkey Suit||A wall of weapons that children can touch and bullet proof vests|
|Museum Imax theatre||The Monkey Suit||A 3D theatre|
|History of Man||The Monkey Suit||Models showing the process of evolution|
- Episode – "The Boy Who Knew Too Much"
- Episode – "Lisa the Skeptic"
- Episode – "'Scuse Me While I Miss the Sky"
- Episode – "The Monkey Suit"
- Episode – "Smart and Smarter"
- Video game – The Simpsons: Hit & Run
- Video game – The Simpsons Game
- Video game – Tapped Out