Tour our Virtual Real Life Exhibit

Medical Teams International has an onsite museum exploring its humanitarian work, and now we’ve created an engaging digital version for you to enjoy from anywhere in the world.

The Virtual Real Life Exhibit shows snapshots of the work we’ve done around the world in the last 40 years, including our work in the U.S. With five distinct stories to explore, you’ll step into refugee camps in Uganda, Bangladesh, and Lebanon. You’ll see how we responded to the COVID-19 pandemic in our international field offices. You’ll look deeply into the heart of Medical Teams International and encounter the real places where we’ve served.

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The onsite Real Life Exhibit is closed to the public

The Real Life Exhibit itself is not open for public viewing or tours. Although we hosted in-person groups at our onsite exhibit in the past, we decided to close the onsite exhibit to better accommodate our growing organizational needs. We recognize the exhibit was a significant space for many over the years and that this news is disappointing.

Thank you for your enduring support and interest in our exhibit. We encourage you to explore our website further and discover some of the many other ways you can engage with Medical Teams and our mission.


Frequently Asked Questions

Is the Real Life Exhibit appropriate for all ages?

The Real Life Exhibit is most appropriate for children ages 10 and up.

Is the Real Life Exhibit only for Christians?

Not at all! The Real Life Exhibit is an opportunity for people of all faiths — or no particular faith — to learn more about the lives of people in crisis. No religious participation is required. The Real Life Exhibit does reflect the mission and calling of Medical Teams International, which includes references to God and opportunities for prayer.

How long does the virtual tour take?

We recommend giving yourself 45 minutes to go through the Virtual Real Life Exhibit. This will give you plenty of time to interact with and reflect on the many scenes you encounter.

I’m a teacher, is the virtual exhibit good for students?

Yes! Touring the virtual exhibit is a great assignment introducing students to the many needs of people around the world.