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The Benefits of Changing Exhibitions
Temporary exhibitions are one way to attract repeat visitors because there is always something new going on. Here are some compelling reasons to dedicate space in your museum for changing exhibits.
The Campbell Center
Courses at the Campbell Center for Historic Preservation Studies include everything from green exhibit design to gravestone preservation.
The Civil War Preservation Trust
Their mission is simple. Remember, preserve, and honor the greatest conflict in American history.
The Columbus Zoo
What a wild experience!
The Farmers’ Museum
There’s more than baseball in Cooperstown, NY! America’s rural past comes alive at The Farmers’ Museum.
The Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village
A "slice of Americana" like no other!
The Mansions of Newport, Rhode Island
You´ve never seen opulence like this! The mansions are now decorated for the holidays, so don´t wait until spring to take your next trip!
The Michigan Historical Center
No trip to Lansing, Michigan is complete without a stop at The Michigan Historical Center. The museum´s 20th century exhibits are outstanding!
The Mutter Museum
Where else can you see the preserved liver of conjoined twins, bladder stones removed from Chief Justice John Marshall, and a “Collection of Foreign Bodies Removed from the Food and Air Passages”?
The National Trust for Historic Preservation
What is the National Trust for Historic Preservation? See what significant historic properties the Trust owns that are open as museums.
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