Explore the ancient world from home with ISAC’s online resources and activities. Dive into our collections online, lose yourself in a lecture about an ancient civilization, or connect with the past through hands-on activities.

Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Each week that the museum is closed, we will offer a new, themed exploration on social media. Every Monday we will announce the theme and follow it up with posts through Friday.

Image: A family learns how to write their names in hieroglyphs.

At-Home Family Activities

Take a scavenger hunt through our virtual collections, relax with a coloring page, learn with a lecture, or try out ancient-themed crafts and activities.

Augusta McMahon, ISAC Members Lecture May 3

Live Online Events and Programs

Take a live Zoom class, explore a Members' Lecture, chat with a grad student on Facebook Live. Explore these and all of our at-home live events and programs!

Image: Photograph in the morning of the ISAC's Tell Keisan site

ISAC on YouTube

Explore ISAC on YouTube for current and archived lectures, workshops, podcasts, and family activities featuring experts from the ISAC and around the world. Click subscribe and like!

Image: Sumerian Worshipper Figurines from the ISAC collections.

Explore the Collections

View our museum collections, browse resources from the Research Archives, and explore the Museum Archives.

Download Our App

Explore ISAC from the comfort of your home with interactive maps and self-guided tours.

Image: A7369, Lamassu from the ISAC collections

Explore the Exhibits

See online exhibits and collections from ISAC on Google Arts & Culture and take a virtual tour of the museum.

Image: Reading room of the ISAC Research Archives

Digital Publications

Browse over seven hundred titles by series or topic for free online.

Image: Educators explore online ISAC resources.

Educator Resources

Bring ISAC to your students through our online resources and activities.

Image: ISAC archaeologists work on an archaeological site to excavate a pot.

Join and Give

Become involved with ISAC and help support the ISAC's cutting-edge scholarship related to the rise of the first urban centers, languages, and civilizations of the ancient Middle East.