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  • The Smithsonian American Museum Of Fine art  By : Timothy Greensland
    The Current American Museum Of Art
  • The Museums and Architecture of Paris  By : Gen Wright
    Situated in the north-central France, the city of Paris is one of the most important tourist destinations in the world with 30,000,000 visitors annually. It is bisected by the River Seine, and with a population of 12,000,000 inhabitants (including suburbs) is the second most populous city of the European Union after London.
  • Online Art Galleries Are They Safe to Shop?  By : Susan Moberg
    People are apprehensive while buying online artworks. Are these painting original? Most of the people often ask this question and show their genuine concern.
  • Newport News Virginia Museums and Attractions  By : J.C. Banks
    Favorite attractions of Newport News Virginia include the Mariners' Museum - USS Monitor Center, Virginia Living Museum and Virginia War Museum.
  • Portsmouth Virginia Museums and Attractions  By : J.C. Banks
    Several outstanding museums can be found in the Old Towne section of Portsmouth Virginia.
  • Top London Art Gallery Experiences  By : Dominic Donaldson
    London has the greatest density of art galleries in the whole of the United Kingdom. With somewhere in the region of 400 galleries to choose from to consume some fine art, it can be a tough choice for the art lover, and sometimes all you need do is put on a pair of comfy shoes and go in search of a London art gallery that meets your expectations. I have some great memories of my time as an art
  • Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit Features Art with an Edge  By : Ann Knapp
    The newest addition to metro Detroit's art scene is also one of the most anticipated. The Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD) delivers what it promises: contemporary art. Rather than exhibiting a permanent collection, the MOCAD acts as revolving showcase for both local and international artists. Even the museum's exterior has been put to artful use with a mural by artist Barry McGee.
  • A Student Tour To Chicago Should Include the Museum Of Science And Industry  By : Ann Knapp
    One of the most popular museums in the world is the Museum of Science and Industry, a highlight of any student visit to Chicago. The museum, created as a vehicle for public science education, is unique in that it was one of the first ever to involve industry in its exhibits.
  • Liberty Science Center In NYC Offers Student Tour Organizers A Great Time  By : Ann Knapp
    Teachers looking for an outstanding experience when they take their students to New York City won't want to miss the Liberty Science Center, located in nearby Jersey City, New Jersey. With a rich assortment of educational experiences inside, students will be talking about their trip for years to come.
  • A Visit To The Guggenheim Museum Delights Students and Teachers  By : Ann Knapp
    It was an invitation to architect Frank Lloyd Wright from the art advisor to Solomon R. Guggenheim that put the wheels in motion toward the creation of the Guggenheim Museum, a place to hold the four-year-old Museum of Non-Objective Painting.
  • Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum Offers Unique Opportunity For Students  By : Ann Knapp
    Opened in 1999 as part of the Chicago Academy of Sciences, the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum is part of the legacy of naturalist Robert Kennicott, who founded the Academy in 1857. His concern was over the disappearance of native plants and animals and he led a group of scientists who began surveying and collecting to ensure that irreplaceable information about native flora and fauna was saved.
  • NYC's American Museum of Natural History Includes Great Dinosaur Exhibit  By : Ann Knapp
    For teachers planning a student tour to New York City, one of the best choices for a truly educational experience is the American Museum of Natural History, located at Central Park West at 79th Street.

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