A special centennial project, 100 Amazing Objects is spread throughout the Museum's galleries. It is composed of three tours - coded red, green, and blue - which focus on a wide-ranging group of amazing objects that will take you from Science to Asia, starting on the third floor of the Museum's Main building. The tours move through all of the galleries, including Natural Science, Native American, Arts of Africa, Classical, American Art, Decorative Arts, Arts of Asia, ending on the third floor of the North Wing.The tours will be offered both as self-guided gallery adventures and as guided tours with our docents. The self-guided tours will feature "treasure maps" to help visitors find their way around the Museum's 80 galleries.Blue Tour - Amazing ImportanceEspecially fitting for the connoisseur and museum maven. Objects selected for this tour represent the best or the rarest of the most unusual examples of their kind. The Newark Museum's vast holdings are full of masterworks, both natural and manmade, and this will be a chance to understand what makes some of them as important as national treasures.This special centennial project was produced by a team of curators and educators led by Senior Curator Ulysses Dietz.