Gumbo was visiting the Bomber Command Museum of Canada, located in the small prairie town of Nanton, Alberta.
A large playful statue at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts carries a cross-cultural message.
Kai Rambow guides us through a new way of looking at Van Gogh and other artists.
The world's most-visited art museum is offering an invitation to view even more than you can see at the museum.
France continues its tradition of honoring Presidents at cultural institutions by adding the late Pres. Valery Giscard d'Estaing to the Musee d'Orsay.
Marilyn Jones takes us to a small museum in East Texas that hosts an elaborate model railroad showing West Texas scenes of the past.
PHeymont steps back into the 1890s at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, where a room is set up in decidedly retro style.
At Mystic Seaport, maintenance for the many ships and boats is a major exhibit itself, in full view for visitors at its working shipyard.
Mystic's lighthouse is a copy of a working lighthouse, and houses an exhibition about lighthouses.
At the Queens Museum, an exhibit shows a rare attempt at using art to solve social problems.
George G leads us on a tour of historic buildings collected at the Luray Museum in Virginia, part of the Artisan Trail Network.
At the Queens Museum, a couple's passionate collection is shown not far from where Tiffany's artisans created the work.
Gaudi, the Catalan architect of soaring and swooping stone and concrete was also a master of wood. PHeymont takes a closer look.
Another visit to history with George G, this time to a museum focused on a major Civil War battle in Virginia.
PHeymont shares a visit to one of the places where the modern science museum was invented.