Museum Professionals
400+ vendors
Museum Vendor Directory
Museum Conferences
THANK YOU 2018 SPONSORS!
Sahuarita, Arizona
MuseOps, a Preston Argus service, helps museums and historic sites analyze information and make decisions that are easily explainable to staff, board members, donors, the community, and other stakeholders. Our analytical models help you maximize your resources to best fulfill your mission and provide quality experiences for your visitors. more...
Recent Updates
Museums
04/25
Orlando Museum of Art
Orlando, Florida
04/25
Shirley Plantation
Charles City, Virginia
04/22
Bay Model Visitor Center
Sausalito, California
04/22
Wings of Freedom Museum - CLOSED
Huntington, Indiana
Museum Vendors
04/25
Stories USA, Inc.
Ellicott City, Maryland
Museum Associations
04/25
Florida Association of Museums
Tallahassee, Florida
03/13
Utah Museums Association
Springville, Utah

Browse Museums

By City 
  · Decorah (1)
  · Keosauqua (1)
  · Minburn (1)
  · Vinton (1)
By Museum Type 
  · Children's (1)
  · History (3)
  · Natural History (1)
  · Culture (1)
  · Historic House (2)
  · Specialized (1)
  · General (1)
  · Historical Society (1)
Results: 1-4 of 4.
Keosauqua, Iowa
Historic House
Stone building built in 1870s was the store & post office belonging to Voltaire Twobly, who was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for his Civil War activities. Building is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Decorah, Iowa
Children's, Culture, General, History
With over 24,000 artifacts and 16 historic buildings, this national treasure showcases the best in historic and contemporary Norwegian folk and fine arts, and explores the American immigrant experience. "USA Today" named Vesterheim one of “ten great places in the nation to admire American folk art.” Come for our folk-art classes, holiday festivals, special group tours, or any time. Open all year (closed on Mondays from November through April).
Vinton, Iowa
History, Specialized
Railroad museum. Celebrating the centennial of its construction in 1999 & 2000.
Minburn, Iowa
Natural History
A rock and mineral collection exhibited within a 265-acre park or re-established prairie and wetlands.
Results: 1-4 of 4.