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ArcticMuseum May 14
We hide little treasures in our exhibits for our smaller visitors to discover! Check it out.
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Oshawa Museum May 14
: Everyone likes a glimpse behind the scenes! We've been collecting Oshawa's history for over 60 years, using spaces never intended to serve museum functions. Unfortunately, our site is at capacity; we are limited to what we can accept into the collection at this time.
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CARAA May 15
Soldiers looking at paintings by Picasso, at the end of the war. RT Željko Divac
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Amgueddfa Library May 14
We have books stashed all over the building , but the secret cupboards behind paintings in the Court Room are the most hidden!
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Tim McShane May 14
This wooden box, made by a German soldier imprisoned in POW Camp No. 132 in Medicine Hat during the Second World War, hides a secret...
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Museum of the Bible May 14
Composed in 1638, Miserere mei Deus by Gregorio Allegri, using the words from Psalm 51, is one of the most beautiful compositions ever written. But DYK that the pope forbade anyone from transcribing it, and its exact composition was kept secret for over 100 years?
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Newseum May 14
Here at the Newseum, we get many visitors exploring our amazing exhibits, and some might even get the chance to pass by a famous face. We have given tours to celebrities such as Jake Gyllenhaal and Paul Rudd.
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MuseumWeek May 16
7 Days, 7 Hashtags, May 13 May 14 May 15 May 16 May 17 May 18 May 19 It's day 4 of , show us those snapshots ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜🖤
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Amgueddfa Library May 14
Did you know that the ashes of one of the Museum architects are hidden inside the walls of one of our galleries?
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JFK Library May 14
The JFK Library is located in Dorchester, but JFK had originally wanted it to be located next to Harvard University. In 1963, JFK visited his proposed site for the library.
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Glenbow May 14
Check out this Sybil Andrews oil painting, which comes with a second secret piece on the flip side! Btw, we have a major Andrews retrospective opening this fall. Sybil Andrews, Cyril Power, 1929, mixed media on canvas; verso: untitled, n.d, oil on canvas
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Chillida Leku May 14
Did you know that the Zabalegi stream flows through Chillida Leku's land until reaching the ocean together with the emblematic Peine del Viento in San Sebastián?
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The Regency Town House - community history project May 14
She was 84 when she left. She had lived there since she was a child. She'd moved in with parents in the 1920s. They were caretakers. She become the caretaker after they had died. Because of her the basement survived intact. please share her story.
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The History Center May 14
Objects from our lobby will be auctioned off this summer; stay tuned for details
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Whipple Museum May 14
In , our is that we hold Darwin’s handkerchief which he used to cover his microscope. Although its seen better days, you can still see his initials embroidered in the corner!
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VB History Museums May 14
Ever wonder what secrets hide behind plaster? While doing restoration work at the Lynnhaven House, a surprise greeted us! Prints, including turkey and dog prints, were found on some of the bricks making up one of the fireplaces! How cool!
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Christina Tessier May 14
For , today we're sharing secrets. Here's mine - I don't have a science degree, I majored in classical studies. You don't need a STEM education to advance Canada's and culture!
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Haffenreffer Museum May 14
| Most people know about the Haffenreffer Museum's global collection of archaeological and ethnographic objects and artwork, but have you heard about our archives? Our extensive archival holdings include our founder Rudolf F. Haffenreffer's museum reco…
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Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology May 14
Less than 1% of our collection is on display at any given time. One of the most restricted areas of our collection is the Type Room. We hold over 350 holotypes: specimens that provide the basis for a species’ description and name.
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Memorial Art Gallery May 14
The theme today for is and we thought we would share a secret hidden in plain sight. A favorite location for wedding photos is our 1913 entrance. The architecture is stunning but one of the most beautiful features is only visible when you 👀 up.
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