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A Travel Blog by kalkaryn
... into, they have a variety of items you can buy of this statue. I have also heard that the boy has over 800 outfits which you can view at a museum at the Grand Place. The reason for this particular one had something to do with TB awareness or some such.
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A Travel Blog entry by keeleyhope from Prescott Valley, Arizona, United States
... through September. We also went through "Arctic Spirit: Inuit Art for the Albrecht Collection," "Around the World: The Heard Museum Collection," "We Are! Arizona's First People" (Honoring, first-hand, Arizona's 21 federally recognized tribal ...
A Travel Blog entry by krb2g from Phoenix, Arizona, United States
... was going to try to get on via stand-by had been canceled, so I decided to take a taxi into Phoenix and see the Heard Museum. This museum, which began with the collection of the Heards, but has since been expanded (and in which ...
A Travel Blog entry by hscoggin from The South Dakota Air & Space Museum, South Dakota, United States
... we can check email and such while we’re there. Plus the food is good, and priced reasonably. We finally got to the museum. It’s mostly outdoors; lots of old, obsolete aircraft on display, and a few that are still in service. Dead center, right ...
A Travel Blog entry by kitestrings from Natural History Museum, England, United Kingdom
... world isn't it? Upon arriving in London, we were dropped off and escorted into the Victoria and Albert museum, which if you haven't already heard is free. It contains world and especially European history as well as a huge array of materials and ...
A Travel Blog entry by dblegldave from Egyptian Museum, Coptic Cairo, Citadel, Mosques & Bazaar, Egypt
... Mary and Joseph stayed during their two-year exile in Egypt. Next, we went to the oldest Jewish Synagogue in Egypt (now a museum) called Ben Ezra. Beautiful work inside. This was suppose to be the place where the Pharo's daughter found Moses in the ...
A Travel Blog entry by off_road_clara from Hector Pieterson Museum, Soweto, South Africa
... , the boys drumming the instructions. They wanted money from the tourists pouring out of the museum. Bang Bang,,,,BANGgggg, ggg, Bang. 'Now have you heard of Nelson Mandeeeeella and Desmond Tutu?' "Yes. Aiybee, I remember watching Nelson Mandella ...
A Travel Blog entry by modernoddyseus from Salvadore Dali museum, Florida, United States
On the agenda for "Date of the Week 3" was touring the Salvadore Dali art museum and painting pictures afterwards to present to our dates. Charity's fellow portrait-swapper was Brendan, a laid-back Trinidadian. Meanwhile, I asked out a girl and ...
A Travel Blog entry by hayesbk from Saigon, Vietnam
... of them had gone to the Museum of War Remnants earlier that day because Becca had remembered I said I wasn't particularly a museum person, but I'd heard someone talk about how amazing it was and decided it was probably something I should see. So we ...
A Travel Blog entry by eundel from Mitaka, Tōkyō, Japan
... a wheel, add strobe effect, and viola, three dimensional animation that doesn't require special glasses. (Note: I would avoid this museum if I were prone to seizures.) The second floor exhibits showed the steps involved in traditional (i.e. non-computer ...
A Travel Blog entry by johnsinclair from New York City, New York, United States
... my confrontational views about what we called the Detroit Rebellion at some length. The event at the Yippie Museum draws a nice little audience, including a bunch of young people who turn out to be from the new SDS chapter at NYU. ...
A Travel Blog entry by shannon from Athens, Greece
... to leave them in her house in a hurry to leave because of the volcano. This was probably my favorite exhibit in the museum. The Mycenaean also thrived in the Bronze Age, but their civilization peaked a little after the Minoans. What struck me about ...
A Travel Blog entry by jennamariea from Berlin, Germany
... Germany from the time of the tribes and the Romans up to 1994. There were a number of interesting finds in this museum, including Napoleon's hat and pillow! The sections were grouped according to time period so it was very easy to navigate and experience ...
A Travel Blog entry by misocutlet from Iga, Kinki, Japan
... after the show. They also hold the Iga-ryu Shriken Throwing Championship every year. Just next the ninja museum, the Haiseiden Hall housing a Matsuo Basho's statue was located. The unique building is designated as a National Important ...
A Travel Blog entry by ceeline from Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
... . Second stop: Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA) Prelude: I highly recommend purchasing an articketBCN, rather than purchasing a museum pass. First off, the purchase of a museum pass doesn't grant you free admission to the major museums, but ...
A Travel Blog entry by chfarnsworth from Berlin, Germany
... museum, and so we had an early dinner and returned to our hotel. The next day, Kim spent the morning in the museum of natural history, while I stayed at the hotel and did some postcard writing, went jogging, etc, before meeting her just after noon. ...
A Travel Blog entry by m.arch from New York, New York, United States
... Giuliani and others spoke of the events just before and then during the attacks. It was the best I had ever heard Bush speak. It was a great museum but very sad. I couldn't take photos inside the museum, you were allowed, I just couldn't bring myself to. ...
A Travel Blog entry by phoebe308 from Rome, Lazio, Italy
... a short break before heading to Vatican. One other thing I love about our B&B, Vatican is less than 5mins walk away. I was never a museum person, so even though I am a Catholic, I didn’t enjoy the Vatican Museum that much. If I had to do it ...
A Travel Blog entry by dzarren from Madrid, Spain and Canary Islands
... that you have heard about through years of art history courses! It was interesting, though, that I had heard how long it takes to go through this museum and how vast it is. While the collection is incredible and intense in the amount of major ...
A Travel Blog entry by sojanet from Cairo, Egypt
... have cameras in the exhibits. That's too bad. I just won't post any of the inside pictures here :P I heard/read that the museum is very disorganized and terribly labeled or not labeled at all. I didn't particularly find this a problem, ...
A Travel Blog entry by familytrip2010 from Longreach, Queensland, Australia
... café for lunch then it’s off to explore the Museum, now for those of you that haven’t heard or are living under a rock, Bill loves museums, he will read every display, push every button and if there’s a guide ask many many questions, ...
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The foremost showcase of Native American art and culture in the U.S., the Heard Museum reveals the cultures of tribes in the region through exhibits, demonstrations and live performances and displays the work of contemporary Native American artists. ...