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Building Exhibition Panels
There are many ways to construct exhibition panels in-house for temporary exhibits. Here are three options to consider in your museum.
These nasty little pests can be a big problem! Read on for more information about the dreaded carpet beetle.
CATALOG REVIEW – Wedded Perfection
The thick catalog that accompanies the exhibit Wedded Perfection is an amazing review of the gowns featured in the show. But it also includes extensive essays on the history of the American wedding.
Celebrate the Holidays at a Museum
There is so much going on in museums across the country. When was the last time you went to your local museum for a special event?
Celebrate the Holidays at the Biltmore Estate
The grand lifestyle of the Vanderbilts lives on at this spectacular mansion, all decked out for the holidays!
Cemeteries as Museums
Cemeteries aren’t a place for the dead – they are a place for the living! Wandering through a cemetery can tell you volumes about art, architecture, and history. If you just know where to look...
Chicago's Field Museum
Looking for a wonderful family trip with a natural science focus? Then look no further!
Christmas Shopping in the Smithsonian Catalog
High quality gifts with interesting connections to our history!
Civil War Programming Ideas
This year marks the beginning of a four year commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the American Civil War. Here are some programming ideas for museums to join in the festivities.
Classic Cars – A Museum in Your Garage!
Car collecting is a wonderful hobby, and a great investment.
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