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Delta Gateway Museum
Blytheville, Arkansas
12/15
California Agriculture Museum
Woodland, California
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Explorations V Children's Museum
Lakeland, Florida
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Glazer Children's Museum
Tampa, Florida
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Tucson, Arizona
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Fort Myers, Florida
History, Library, Specialized
Railroad Museum of South Florida, Inc a Florida Non Profit Corp
Saint Petersburg, Florida
Art
Palatka, Florida
Art, Natural History, Nature Centers, Science
Bradenton, Florida
Children's, History, Library, Specialized
Railroad Musemum preserving the railroad legacy of West Central Coast of Florida
Jacksonville, Florida
Naples, Florida
Aquarium, Art, Children's, Culture, General, History, Natural History, Nature Centers, Science
Cantonment, Florida
History, Natural History
Center provides quality ecological/environmental education through interpretation, protection and curriculum development to help students meet the Sunshine State standards, and District Aim of highest student achievement.
Melbourne, Florida
Art, University
The Ruth Funk Center for Textile Arts preserves and displays an international collection of textiles through rotating public exhibitions and educational programs. Highlighting the collection are traditional handmade textiles, embroidery, garments and related accessories from Africa, Japan, India and Central Asia; European and North American embroidery and samplers from the 16th through the 20th centuries; and contemporary wearable art and fiber arts.
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