The museum’s traveling exhibit, Parading Through History: the Apsaalooke Nation, is a chronological journey that leads the visitor through the history and culture of the Crow tribe.  Prominent and historical Crow people represent different time periods.  The traveling exhibit explores the impact of outside forces on Crow culture.  For example, with the onset of federally mandated Indian reservations, Crow leaders had the insight to merge the knowledge of recently educated young adults with the traditional wisdom and heritage of the elders, thereby successfully retaining their tribal structures and culture.  This traveling exhibits were created to allow new audiences to experience the culture and history of the Crow (Apsaalooke).