Explore nature, history and science at the Putnam Museum! Walk through a Mississippi River Cave, meet the mummies and travel back in time through immersive exhibits. The Putnam also features an exciting traveling exhibit schedule and the QC's Giant Screen Theater! The Putnam Museum is a 501(c)(3) educational corporation, providing the greater Quad Cities region with quality-of-life experiences since 1867. The Museum is the primary repository for the area's unique treasures -- over 170, 000 artifacts and specimens that tell the stories of the region, the people who live here and their connections to the world. The Giant Screen Theater is equipped with 264 stadium-style seats; a screen six stories high and seven stories wide; a eight-speaker, 10, 000 watt digital sound system; THX ® Certified sound by QSC Audio Products, LLC; and a new 4k Dolby digital projection system. The Theater is Giant Screen Certified by the Giant Screen Association. Visit the Putnam Museum at www.putnam.org for more information. The Putnam Museum is located at 1717 West 12th Street in west-central Davenport, Iowa. The Museum’s location is known as "Museum Hill," at the corner of Division and West 12th Streets and at the entrance to Fejervary Park.