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Yakima, Washington
Children's, Historic House, Historical Society, Natural History
Regional history of South Central Washington. Focus on Native American culture, natural history, pioneer life, the fruit and agricultural history of the region. Significant collection of horse-drawn vehicles, former Supreme Court Justice William O. Dougla
Davie, Florida
Art, Children's
Young At Art Children’s Museum - a unique, hands-on children's museum, shifts the paradigm of arts education from learning about art to using art for learning. FCAT compatible programs integrate art into all key subject areas including math, language, reading, science and social studies. Children enter a new dimension of learning and creativity by touching, exploring, creating, imagining and enjoying the limitless possibilities of art.
Atlanta, Georgia
Art, Children's
YAC Gallery is devoted to showcasing the creativity of youth in the visual, perform, musical, media and literary art.
Geneva, New York
Children's
Yuma, Arizona
Children's, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Military, Specialized
The Yuma Proving Ground Heritage Center and Museum depicts the history of Yuma Proving Ground. The Museum tells the history chronologically from 1942 to 9-11. As the visitor goes through the museum they will begin with the Desert Training Center moving on to the Yuma Test Branch, Camp Seeley, the Yuma Test Station, and Yuma Proving Ground.
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