I decided to take my little Fujifilm X-T1 with me, instead of the massive massive massive Nikon D4 so that I didn't have to deal with the bulk of the Nikon. I only took one lens, as well, the 23mm f/1.4, and I never really felt the need for a different one.
For whatever reason, even though there were bright vibrant colors everywhere, a lot of the photos that I took lent themselves quite well to black and white. I think because, in addition to the colors, the museum really seemed to focus on nice shapes and lines, as well. But don't worry, they aren't all "super artsy" black and white.
China and Dinosaurs! (Not the same exhibit)