The United Nations Headquarters is closed to the public and guided tours have been suspended until further notice. For more information see visit.un.org
While the UN Headquarters in New York is closed, you can visit the online experience and discover the iconic building.
The World In Faces
This exhibit showcases the incredible diversity of Indigenous cultures throughout the world via stunning portraits of individuals from different parts of the globe in their traditional clothing and environment. The exhibit reveals compelling photography in the hopes of inspiring conversation about Indigenous practices, knowledge and traditions, and calls on visitors to consider not only the individual, but the communities and Indigenous Peoples they represent.
The exhibit is created and organized by IWGIA (International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs) and supported by the Indigenous Peoples Development Branch, Division for Inclusive Social Development of UN DESA.
Perseverance, Partnership, Progress
The aim of this exhibit is to highlight stories of survivors of explosive ordnance accidents, beneficiaries and partners working in mine action. It portrays the perseverance of those working daily to find and disarm landmines, despite ongoing and protracted conflicts, new insurgencies, fresh contamination and the COVID-19 pandemic.
The exhibit is organized by UN Mine Action Service (UNMAS) in connection with the International Day for Mine Awareness and Assistance in Mine Action, 4 April.
I Lead by Example. I am Generation Equality
This exhibit features 13 extraordinary women leaders fighting for gender equality, whose words and stories inspired others to join "Generation Equality". It presents women leading by example to change the places of power, end violence, stop climate change, and open opportunities for all women and girls.
The exhibit is organized by UN Women in connection with the International Women's Day, 8 March.