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Support usYour generosity today is vital to our work in the future. E-newsletterBe the ... For 150 years South Shields Museum & Art Gallery...www.twmuseums.org.uk
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LLanrwst Almshouse museum Built by Sir John Wynn of Gwydir in 1610 for the almsmen of LLanrwst, after years of neglect was saved by the charity of ...www.llanrwstalmshouses.com
Telling the stories of the soldiers and their families who have served in the regiments of Devon and Dorset.www.keepmilitarymuseum.org
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There are a lot of museums in Amsterdam. Except Van Gogh and Madamme Tussoud, I dont have any idea about the rest. Which museums do you suggest to visit? Except visiting museum and boat tour do you have any sugessions to do if you have only 3 days?
I'm interested in learning more at some museums and planetariums but most of their programs are aimed at the primary and middle school levels. I don't think programs such as "Summer Space Camp", are offered for anyone over the age of 12. The more advanced the grades go, it seems the fewer programs they have to offer. Even interesting stuff for senior high students are hard to find, and it is definitely a stretch to see anything for university and graduate students being advertised at the museum. How come attractions offer so few interesting programs suitable for older learners?
Im going to london next week and i want to visit museums there is any pass that can i bought to visit many of this and have discounts,i know there is london pass but its the only pass that can i find?In your opinion its worth it?
I would like to know demographic information about UK (and European) museums, as well as how often a person visits a museum yearly, whether the main visitors are tourists, and whether visitors are mainly young (25 - 45) or older.
I am planning a scientific research on musea in Holland. The study is researching if difference in cultural background effects the extend to which people are satisfied with the experience of the museum. Can some people tell me which museums in The Netherlands have the most foreign visitors? I people can help me to develop a list of ten museums. And please also tell me how much (percentage) of the visitors is foreign in that museum on average.
The normal trip is to visit the galleries and museums in NYC, but in addition I want to visit another city, but it has to have New York caliber art. Any ideas? I forgot to mention that I am in DC. I would prefer places close enough to there that I could drive or take a short flight, but really I would like to know about places anywhere in the country. If I can't make a trip there right now, maybe in the future!
I had read awhile ago about someone who had purchased an annual membership that gave them admittance to multiple museums across the US. Does anyone know where that can be purchased? For example, I'd like to go to museums this next year in SF and NYC and pay just one membership fee. Thanks.
In museums or art galleries, there are a lot of great art works. It would be amazing when you view them. But a lot of great museums or galleries have high price tickets, which limit the opportunities of people to access these wonderful things. Sometimes, viewing great art works becomes the particular right of rich people. So I think it should be free for people to visit it.
Ok so i'm got to DC from California. I got the holocaust museum, national air and space museum, Lincoln memorial, so what are some of the best museums in DC?
Hospitality industry executives sometimes serve on the boards of museums. What marketing suggestions should a board member make to the museum?