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An exciting place to visit and so much more.
The Museum collects, preserves, and shares the stories of America’s connection to drugs, including public policy, federal drug law enforcement, and the work of Drug Enforcement Administration employees around the world. Its all-new, innovative learning environment includes interactives, artifacts, and displays that engage every guest in the science and history of drug misuse prevention. Captivating educational programs and hands-on activities also inspire visitors to become Agents of Change in their communities.
This month’s featured artifacts are DEA publications that informed the American public and professionals around the world in the 1970s. Learn why DEA produced these resources and how they’ve changed over the years.
Events and Programs
Artifact talks, film screenings, and interviews with special guests are only some of the events and programs hosted by the Museum. Browse the exciting opportunities below to learn more or click here to view recordings of past programs, lectures, and other videos.
50 Years of DEA: Partnerships and Collaborations
An expert panel discussion exploring how partnerships and collaborations help DEA further its mission.
Illegal Drugs and the Environment
An expert panel discussion on DEA’s efforts to stop the environmental impacts of illegal drug production.
American Crisis: Fentanyl and Fake Pills
A conversation with DEA’s experts on the fentanyl and fake pills crisis. The program includes a brief history of pills featuring Museum artifacts.