The Smithsonian Latino Center will open its first gallery space, the Molina Family Latino Gallery, in 2021 at the National Museum of American History (NMAH) to celebrate the U.S. Latino experience. The Molina Family Latino Gallery will be the leading interpretive gallery devoted to exploring the richness and diversity of Latino history, culture, and identity in the United States. This unique gallery will offer exciting exhibitions and engaging educational and cultural programs.
How will you support Latinidad at the Smithsonian?
Join us in leading a national conversation about what it means to be an American and preserving Latino history and culture. Browse our site to learn how we're Making History Together through our keystone programs and the Molina Family Latino Gallery. Stand with us by sharing this campaign with your friends and family or donating now.
We use public and educational programs to teach the untold stories of Latinos in the U.S. and to increase awareness of and access to Latino collections and resources at the Smithsonian. We also offer public, family and educational programs, as well as online resources and bilingual teaching materials.