The Templo de Santo Domingo was closed for earthquake repairs but the 2 museums in the adjacent ex-convento were open, including the Maya textile museum, much to PortMoresby’s delight.
Two unusual sculptures in a temporary exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum are fun, but offer a sobering thought.
Stephanie visits a one-of-a-kind building put up by a one-of-a-kind man.
A major exhibit in Denver focuses on Monet's shift to landscape and nature painting
DrFumblefinger enjoyed a nice lunch at Croque Madame Café, which is part of the Decorative Arts Museum in Buenos Aires.
Record-breaking crowds for a show of the Egyptian boy-king's artifacts lead to an extension.
Gumbo was visiting the Naval and Prison museum, housed in the old Prison building, in Ushuaia.
In a small Arctic town, Marilyn explores a small museum with a big story about the history and culture of the Inuit people.
Jonathan L visits two small museums in NYC. Great places to spend an hour or two.
DrFumblefinger concludes his visit to the Celebrity Car Museum in Branson with more photos and stories of unusual cars.
A popular pop-up attraction is getting a permanent home in the Big Apple.
A high priority during a month in Chiapas, Mexico, PortMoresby visits the San Cristóbal de las Casas museum dedicated to the work & lives of an exceptional couple, Gertrude Duby & Frans Blom.
Smithsonian Magazine is sponsoring a day of free museum entry in cities all over the country. Shown is the Cooper Hewitt in New York City.
DrFumblefinger shares some of his favorite vehicles from the Celebrity Car Museum in Branson (the first of two posts)
Faced with ever-growing crowds, France's biggest museum is moving to a reservation-only admission system, starting this fall.