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01/20
Irvine Historical Society & Museum
Irvine, California
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National Museum of Health and Medicine
Silver Spring, Maryland
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New York, New York
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Tallahassee, Florida
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Marble Hill, Missouri
Anthropology, Archaeology, Children's, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Military, Natural History, Science
Located in the town of Marble Hill Missouri, our growing museum houses a stunning collection of natural history specimens and artifacts from Missouri and the world.
St James, Missouri
General, History, Natural History, Nature Centers, Park
The Museum is located within the Maramec Spring Park. The Maramec Museum houses natural and cultural history exhibits. A twenty-one foot bluff, waterfall, and five-hundred gallon aquarium greets the visitors as they enter the museum. Once inside you will see a rain model with lightning, thunder, and a cool afternoon shower. Displays show the native wildlife in their natural habitats. History of the Iron Works is explained using working models and displays.
Fayette, Missouri
Anthropology, Archaeology, Culture, History, Natural History, University
Brimming with the worlds of archeology, cultural anthropology, biology, geology, and paleontology, The Stephens Museum is one of Central’s most prized possessions and the third oldest museum in the state. The Museum originated in 1885 when Central College Curator Lawrence V. (Lon) Stephens gave $5,000 to buy a brick residence on the edge of the college, in which the museum was originally housed.
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