Italy's 18-year-olds are getting money to pay for museum and concert tickets and more in hopes of giving them a more positive view of their country.
Formerly a home for "aged, decrepit and worn-out" seamen, Snug Harbor has become a premier cultural site for New York's Staten Island
Hans Christian Andersen's birthplace, Odense, is planning a new museum in his honor, designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kura.
A new museum of beer and brewing plans to open in Pittsburgh by Spring 2018. No location yet, but a lot of buzz...
Taking a road trip is one of Jonathan L's favorite things...and he loves to “shunpike,” taking the smaller highways instead of the interstates
On a visit to Chicago, the Museum of Science and Industry wasn't at the top of Samantha's list...but now it might be. Here's her report!
A small town's tiny history museum in a former phonebox is a big local hit and may inspire many more mini-museums.
Pope Francis hasn't used the Papal summer palace at Castel Gandolfo, and it's now being opened for tours and as a museum.
PortMoresby continues her quest to visit places in Paris that have eluded her attention, some for 50 years, and goes west to The Albert Kahn Museum & Gardens.
PHeymont visits a giant of a museum that only seems small by comparison with other New York museums.
Paris and Austria have big late-night events going on today...add them to your trip planning calendar for next year!
New York's Guggenheim Museum has a solid-gold, functioning, available-to-the-public-for-the-obvious-purpose toilet, which doubles as a sculpture by Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan.
Fats Domino's piano survives as an icon of the ageless musician and a reminder of New Orleans' hard times with Hurricane Katrina and floods.
Featuring art of the 20th and 21st centuries, the Centre Pompidou is one of the biggest in Paris. Samantha shows us what's inside the unusual building.
At once one of the world's great botanical gardens, a great art museum, and an outstanding research library...it's hard to call it more than just "The Huntington."