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Amsterdam, New York
Children's, General, History, Library
The museum collection is housed in a 100-year old brick building which formerly served as an elementary school. Our extensive assortment of approximately 25,000 artifacts fall into four categories: multicultural, Victorian, natural history, and items that relate to Mohawk Valley's colorful industrial past (documentary, photographic and tangible).
The Museum's collections are eclectic and diverse.
Warrenville, Illinois
Art, Children's, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Military, Specialized
The purpose of the Warrenville Historical Society is to bring together those interested in Warrenville's history, and to collect, preserve and display objects and documents that illustrate that history. The Historical Society is a self-supporting not-for-profit organization.The Warrenville Historical Society was organized in 1980 and the Society opened the Warrenville Historical Museum in 1984.
Warwick, Rhode Island
Art, Children's, Culture, General, History
As Warwick's largest non-profit arts organization and the area's cultural center since 1976, the Warwick Museum of Art continues to provide a performance and exhibition space for the most talented artists, writers and performers in Rhode Island and is host of a wide array of cultural and artistic activities including comedy, theater, music, poetry and literature as well as monthly visual arts exhibitions.
Michigan City, Indiana
Children's, Park, Zoo
The Washington Park Zoo is a zoo located in Michigan City, Indiana, which covers 15 acres (61,000 m2) on a hilly sand dune close to the southeastern tip of Lake Michigan.
League City, Texas
Children's, Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Park, Science, Specialized
Come to the 1898 Schoolhouse Museum and have a session in the old class room! Pen and ink, chalk tablets & teacher marm! Then come to the Bus Barn Museum and ride the 1890?s school bus! Have an educational experience in music with our player piano; see historical toy & local history exhibits.
Humboldt, Tennessee
Art, Children's, Culture, General
The West Tennessee Regional Art Center opened in 1994 in the restored city hall building in Humboldt, Tennessee. The nonprofit museum houses the Caldwell Collection as its permanent exhibit (the only permanent fine art collection between Memphis and Nashville) and has changing exhibits in its other three galleries.
Mineral, Washington
Children's, Culture, History, Specialized
Monroe, Washington
Children's, Culture, History
At the Western Heritage Center...
Scarbro, West Virginia
Art, Cemetery, Children's, Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Specialized
The 1890 whipple company store was the center of coal camp life in the turn of the century through the 50's The 18,000 sq ft building and its unique structure is captivating as well as wonderous to see. We strive to celebrate the cultural heritage of the west virginia coal miner and the familes that lived, wored and died here.
Reno, Nevada
Anthropology, Art, Children's, Culture, History, Natural History
The museum houses the lifetime collection of the late Wilbur May -- department store magnate, Reno rancher, big-game hunter, businessman, philanthropist, and world traveler. May made over 40 trips around the world amassing an amazing collection of artifacts including Tang Dynasty pottery, Greek and Roman icons, weapons, and African tribal items. The collection also features a shrunken human head from South America and over 200 pieces of taxidermy.
San Rafael, California
Children's, General, Natural History, Nature Centers, Science, Specialized, Zoo
Each year WildCare treats more than 3,000 ill, injured or orphaned wild animals in our wildlife rehabilitation hospital, teaches more than 40,000 Bay Area children and adults in our nature education programs, answers thousands of telephone calls concerning human/wildlife interaction on our Living with Wildlife Hotline and helps property owners live humanely with wildlife through our Wildlife Solutions service – 415.456.SAVE.
Cutchoge, New York
Archaeology, Children's, Natural History, Nature Centers
North Grafton, Massachusetts
Children's, History, Historic House, Park, Science, Specialized
The museum opened in 1971 and features the world's largest collection of Willard clocks.
Logan, Utah
Children's, Natural History, Nature Centers, Park, Science, Specialized, Zoo
Willow Park Zoo is home to over 100 species of birds, 12 species of mammals, and various fish and turtles. You may encounter a bald eagle on an open perch, the yap of a coyote in the afternoon, or the bugle of a bull elk on a crisp fall morning. Large rainbow trout may be seen rising to greet their breakfast or you may choose to just relax and enjoy the grass, trees, and nature. Also, over 80 species of wild birds visit the zoo, some of which nest here.
Wilmette, Illinois
Children's, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
Our website is a good place to begin finding out more about both the Museum and this area's past. You can learn more about our programs, collections and exhibits. Here, too, you can find out about how to research local homes, families, and history.
The Dalles, Oregon
Children's
Creative palyspace for children and their adults. Do crafts and art in the creative corner. Jump and crawl on the mats. Take care of the animals in the veterinary clinic. Watch balls fly on the bernouli blower. Cook and serve in the play kitchen. Dress up, play blocks, drive cars or watch all the action
Culver, Indiana
Children's, History, Military, Nature Centers
In 1965, Culver Woodcraft Camp opened its new museum and nature center. The gift of William Griffith, Robert G. Friedman SS'38, S. Truman Olin, Jr. SS'42, Ralph Smith, and Peirce Ward, SS'03, it is the hub of all nature activities for the Woodcraft Camp.
Dover, New Hampshire
Art, Children's, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Library, Military, Natural History, Science
We are a classic "turn of the century" museum with collections displayed in antique cabinets within many unique rooms. We display the largest collection of minerals north of Harvard University in Boston..
Glens Falls, New York
Art, Children's, Culture, General, History, Specialized
Please note: ON-SITE TOURS AND FAMILY VISITS ARE TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE DURING THE RENOVATION OF OUR NEW BUILDING AT 89 WARREN STREET, GLENS FALLS, NEW YORK
Lodi, California
Children's, General, Science, Specialized
Welcome to the World of Wonders, a hands-on science museum located in Downtown Lodi, CA. If you've ever been to the San Francisco Exploratorium, then you know exactly what the World of Wonders is... a fun, exciting place where children and adults can learn about the world around them through science!
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