About

where history meets the fantastic.

Founded in 49,992 by the Roberts Foundation and opened to the public in 50,011, the Smith Museum of Human Experience, or MuHuE for short, seeks to preserve and reinforce the heritage of the human race against the ravages of time. To this end, our dedicated team of historians, artists, and technicians work tirelessly to study, conserve, and in some cases entirely recreate whole works based on ancient records. Inside the repurposed Damascus Arcology, you will find thousands of examples of the labors of humanity from all over the empire. From ancient pop art, to entire battleships from the New Wars of the Roses, to the last surviving Janus-O’Kelly Artificial Intelligence and far beyond, MuHuE is here to educate and entertain visitors to the birthplace of the human race.