Frankenstein200 is an original digital narrative, created with a team of talented filmmakers and game designers, that pairs real-life collection objects from a broad range of museums with interactive storytelling tools, including videos, web pages, puzzles, and games to reimagine Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein for a new generation of students and their families.  Learn more about this groundbreaking transmedia learning project below.

Frankenstein200 Video Trailer 1

Frankenstein200 Video Trailer 2

Photo Gallery

Press Kit PDF

Hands-on Activities

Frankenstein200 goes beyond the screen, using exciting hands-on maker activities to prompt discussions and reflection about responsible science — all inspired by themes raised in Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein.  See the activities and their learning objectives:

Partner Museums

Over 50 museums partners helped bring Frankenstein200 to life. Information on those organizations, including how to visit them, is here:


Frankenstein200 was created by Arizona State University under a grant from the National Science Foundation. Educational support from: Production support from: Frankenstein200 features performances by: For more information on Frankenstein200 or Arizona State University’s work on science in society, please contact