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  • Maryland Science Center, Baltimore, Maryland
    Explore Baltimore with Kids
    It's a holiday weekend. Time to explore Baltimore! There are many tourist attractions, sightseeing sites, and historic sites in Maryland's famous city. You may need two, three, or even four days to see all the sightseeing and tourist...
  •  Huntington Library opens doors to first part of new Steven S. Koblik Center
    Huntington Library opens doors to first part of new Steven S. Koblik Center
    On January 14 the Huntington Library opened the doors to its newly constructed visitor center, designed by Architectural Resources Group (ARG) on the grounds of prestigious gardens' former parking lot. This first part of a 52,000 square foot...
  • Bremerhaven Museum
    A day at Bremerhaven museums
    I recently traveled to Bremen, Germany and, as it's only about 45-minutes by train, I took as day trip to Bremerhaven. I was lucky enough to visit two of their many museums and here's my travelogue of the day:I arrive at the main train...
  • ‘Paddington’: King produces a children’s masterpiece
    ‘Paddington’: King produces a children’s masterpiece
    Out in the Peruvian outback lives a family of bears that are a little unusual for the jungle they live in. This family of bears does not live like most bears; they seem to have a human influence in the way they live. There is also one more unusual...
  • Hitler's bunker museum: Tribute to the figure of the Holocast? Not at all, for education
    Hitler's bunker museum: German last-stand site rebuilt, not Adolf Hitler tribute
    Adolf Hitler’s bunker is being turned into a museum. The site where the former German leader’s last stand took place is being rebuilt as part of an educational initiative. News Max reports this Monday, Jan. 12, 2015, that officials...
  • A homosapien dons an alien mask as a nod to Roswellian rumors that aliens exist.
    Museums across America that Prompt the Quirky and the Fun.
    They are the museums where fetishes, bizarre hobbies and knick-knacks reign supreme. They are intuitions where memorabilia lives and lures with unabashed charm and sentimental appeal. Some are nostalgic by nature, while other are infused with pop...
  • 1401  Charlotte
    Museum of American History and Technology, Washington D.C.
    Just across 14th Street from the Washington Monument is the Museum of American History and Technology, a museum is part of the Smithsonian Museum chain, the largest museum chain in the world. This particular museum houses the American Flag that...
  • The Henry Ford pops the hood open to look at iconic engines Jan. 10-March 15
    The Henry Ford pops the hood open to look at iconic engines Jan. 10-March 15
    Starting Saturday, The Henry Ford will commence a nine-week limited engagement with its wintertime featured event, “Engines Exposed.” For the first time in five years, the Henry Ford Museum will be popping open the hoods on more than...
  •  Udvar-Hazy Center
    Three ways to save money on museum visits
    Visiting a museum can be entertaining and educational but it can also be expensive. However, with a bit of planning and research your museum visits can be much more affordable and enjoyable.1. Schedule your visit on a Free Admission Day.Many...
  • Mail  Car,  Postal  Museum,  Washington  DC
    Postal Museum: Washington D.C.
    The Postal Museum in Washington D.C. is a museum that displays the history of the Post Office. You take a walk inside and you can see how mail was delivered throughout the years to the stamps that were made. It is a very small museum, but it is a...
  • Jay Barbree and Me
    Jay Barbree Attends Book Signing in Titusville Florida Today
    I met Jay Barbree today at the Space Walk of Fame Museum’s Christmas luncheon today. He was having a book signing in conjunction with the luncheon for his new book called “Neil Armstrong: A Life of Flight” available at bookstores...
  • Santa on a scooter
    Alternative transportation in museums
    Santa Claus seems to be on his way to deliver a number of parcels to your house; perhaps he forgot to pack them onto his sleigh, because he is so very busy these days. - And the traffic!! - Oh boy.Santa looks to be in a great hurry to get to your...
  • National WWII Museum’s Newest Exhibit Pavilion Now Open: Campaigns of Courage
    National WWII Museum’s Newest Exhibit Pavilion Now Open: Campaigns of Courage
    Just 70 years ago the fate of the world hung by a thread. America was fighting a two-front war against Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan. Titanic battles, on a scale never seen before or since, blazed across two vast oceans and three huge continents...
  • The Father of Desert Hot Springs Built the Only Museum in the Area
    The Father of Desert Hot Springs Built the Only Museum in the Area
    http://www.cabotsmuseum.org/Cabot’s Pueblo Museum67616 E Desert View AvenueDesert Hot Springs, CA 92240760-329-7610One of the top attractions and a must see in the Palm Springs area, this Hopi-inspired pueblo is nestled in the scenic hills...
  • Virginia Executive Mansion
    The 28th Annual Court End Christmas - Richmond, VA
    The 28th Annual Court End Christmas - Richmond, VA (Sunday, December 14, 2014)Looking for a fun holiday event for the whole family this weekend? Away from the mall? Well, tomorrow, why not make plans to visit The Valentine to celebrate the 28th...