We love museums, and on every trip, we make sure to visit one or two to add some historical dimensions to our travels. Whether it’s a tiny one-room repository of local history or the dramatic sweep of a Guggenheim or Louvre, we encourage all of our readers to visit museums whenever they travel.
Drawn to the Carle: A Massachusetts Museum All About the World of Picture Books By Faye S. Wolfe Is Charlotte’s Web on your list of favorite books? How about Corduroy, Goodnight Moon, Winnie the Pooh, If You Plant a Seed, Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!, Frog and Toad Are Friends? Many of us […]
Lowell, Massachusetts, The Home of Jack Kerouac, and Many Museums By Kaitlyn Silva One of many towns in the Merrimack Valley, Lowell Massachusetts is famous for textiles, but also for being the home of a famous author. Buddhist Beliefs The Jack Kerouac Commemorative is located in Kerouac Park on Bridge Street in Lowell. Dedicated in […]
Nashville’s Music Museums: Visiting museums honoring country music stars: George Jones, Patsy Cline, and the Johnny Cash Museums with photos and memorabilia.
The City of Arts and Sciences is a 900 million Euro multi-building complex that features museums, art, theatres, and aquarium and much more.