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May 4 Visitors Center at Kent State University
This small museum is far more powerful than museums ten times its size. Situated in the campus building closest to the shootings, it tells the story of May 4, the events leading up to it, and the impact felt afterwards.
May is National Preservation Month!
It used to be called “Preservation Week,” but now the event has a whole month of its own!! Here are some ways you can get involved.
Meet a Pilgrim at Plimoth Plantation
This Thanksgiving season, take a trip to Plimoth Plantation and see how the real Pilgrims lived!
Modern bridal fashion has run the gamut, but traditional themes still reigned supreme! This is the eighth in a series of articles about the evolution of bridal fashion, featuring museums with wedding gowns currently on display.
Museum Activities for Kids
Many museums have hands-on activities for kids. But you might want to visit the museum ahead of time to plan a fun experience of your own!
Museum Artifact Donation FAQ
Are you thinking of donating something to a museum? Here are some of the most common questions donors ask.
Museum Artifacts Should Never Be Used
This is such a basic concept in the museum profession, it is difficult to find any resources supporting this idea.
Museum Assessment Program
Are you curious if your museum is following professional standards and policies? Consider participating AAM’s Museum Assessment Program to find out.
Museum Audio Tour Buttons
Audio buttons are a simple and inexpensive way to enhance your permanent and temporary exhibitions.
Museum Audio Tour Tips
Here are some tips and ideas for creating effective audio tours at your museum!
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