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Friday, May 29, 2009

Aloha Friday#10 - Museums Anyone?


I had a Post about a Crime scene at the American Police Hall of Fame Museum. We visited several museums while in Florida. I'll be posting some photos next week of them. Though out my life I have visited museum around the World. Thought I find out what Type of Museums you like to vihttp://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gifsit. So here is your Question.

What is your favorite type of Museum, either visited or wish to visit someday?

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24 comments:

  1. We have the Discovery Place here in Charlotte and it is a great interactive musuem for kids and adults alike

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  2. When my kids were younger we'd hit like every children's' museum. The smaller ones were the more enjoyable usually.

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  3. I'd love to visit the Smithsonian one day with the kids.

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  4. The New York Met or the Smithsonian. I can get lost in them for days!

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  5. Chidren's museums are awesome. Kids can touch almost everything. I did visit a museum that carried items and clothing from the past generations and that was a lot of fun. It was part of the Smithosian in Washington D.C.

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  6. I love children museums! But I would really love to go to the Smithsonian one day!

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  7. I love Museums of Science & Industry. The one in Columbus, Ohio is amazing.

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  8. I think I love all types of museums. I have never been to a museum that I didn't like, but I have definitely wanted to spend more time in something like the Natural History Museum than an art museum.

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  9. I would love to get to the new Childrens Museum in Phoenix that just opened recently. I have heard such great things about it.

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  10. We have a museum up in the big city (Tucson, Az) that is outdoors. It's called the Tucson Sonora Desert Museum & it is the best museum I've ever been to. We used to live close to Washington DC & I lived near NYC in my early twenties. I love the desert museum the best. Outdoors & learning so much. Great fun!

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  11. Wright Patterson Air Force Museum in Dayton Ohio is really big and really cool museum. Lots to do with the history of aviation.

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  12. I love museums.. I grew up going to museum after museums! My grandfather has artifacts in several museums one including the Smithsonian. My favorites are the Science Museums.

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  13. I love science museums. The favorite I have been to is the one in Boston - amazing!

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  14. I loved the Hermitage and would very much like to go back and walk through it again.

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  15. Have to be Art Museums. Since I have always drawn and work with different mediums I just love going to Art Museums.

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  16. I'm so close to the Philadelphia Museum of Art - it's a fav!

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  17. History or science are my favorite types of museums. Nice to meet you!

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  18. I like art museums. Been to the Met in NYC, and we have a small local one, the Zimmerli, that I've been to a few times and like a lot.

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  19. I love museums! I wish that I got the chance to visit more of the Met in NYC. And I wish, I wish, I wish I got to visit the Musée d'Orsay in Paris - I loooove impressionism!

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  21. Well, now that I have a little kiddo, I like the children's science museums etc that cater to children's exploration...

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  22. There are a lot of very nice museums in Southern California where I grew up, and I was blessed enough to visit many of them. I've been to a lot of the museums in the DC area too. I enjoy museums quite a bit (if I'm not with a tour group). I guess, though, it sounds trite, but I think it would be really an experience to visit the Lourve in Paris. I don't see myself ever doing it as I have no real desire to go to Europe, but if I won a trip to visit any museum anywhere I would pick the Lourve at this point.

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  23. Chicago Art Institute.

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  24. I loved the Hermitage and would very much like to go back and walk through it again.

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