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Mark B. Schlemmer Feb 11
Part of the new rethink of the permanent collection presentation includes this gallery of taxonomic groupings of โ€”an obvious nod to the Wunderkammers of past. If you love to contrast & compare objects of similar use, you'll be mesmerized.
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Libby Jones Feb 11
Spent the weekend visiting Colonial Williamsburg. While the content was nice, I spent most of the time analyzing interpretive styles and signage. I shouldn't be allowed in other museums.
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Hosting in Museums Feb 12
"Eye to Eye with Klimt" (1862-1918) As already in 2012 (150th anniversary of his birth), this year visitors will have another opportunity to meet Klimt at eye level. opening tonight from 7pm.
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Carla Galfano Feb 13
Roman portrait busts paired with coins
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Libby Jones Jan 27
So were making rum for the first time ever at Mount Vernon.
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A Latina in Museums Feb 14
A little sneak peek at newest exhibiting open today.
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Hannah Hethmon 12h
Had a wonderful time exploring the Royal Castle in Old Town, Warsaw, today. The castle, originally built in the 14 c, was destroyed during WWII, but it was rebuilt & restore in the decades after the war.
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Noriko Feb 19
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Matt Heenan Feb 12
Yes! โ€˜Celebrate 40,000 years of American Artโ€™. Juane Quick-to-See Smith at
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Sarah Heffern Feb 4
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Susan S. McCreadie Jan 26
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John T Robinette III Feb 17
Replying to @thevasamuseum
Did I mention itโ€™s also 98% original?
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Hannah Hethmon 12h
Replying to @hannah_rfh
One thing I really appreciated at the Royal Castle in Warsaw was that in each room there was info about the sources they used to determine what the palace rooms looked like before the war
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Carla Galfano Feb 9
Replying to @peabodyessex
opens to the public on Saturday, February 10 and runs through May 6.
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Pia Edqvist Jan 24
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A Latina in Museums Feb 14
A little insight and a lot of encouragement from ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿฝ
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John T Robinette III Feb 17
I now understand why all the Swedes recommended I see The 17th century warship sunk on the maiden voyage after 20 minutes , spent 333 years underwater, was raised in 1961, and spent 27 years in conservation.
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M. L. Chavis Jan 27
In showing a visitor local , I realize that I critique every now in terms of visitor experience.
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Mark B. Schlemmer Feb 19
I'm visiting the for the first time in over ten years. I had forgotten how charming it could be. And, as a bonus, it's pretty quiet here today.
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Mark B. Schlemmer Feb 18
Replying to @medicalmuseum
The was founded in 1862 as the Army Medical Museum to document the effects of war wounds and disease on the human body. Today it's the repository of historically & medically-significant specimens artifacts.
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