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Located in Montreal, Quebec and specialized in Canadian history. Including news, exhibitions, activities and services.
Online guide to the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, offers information about the artworks, the halls and the museum along with online ticket reservation.
|Adams Museum and House|
Features images and information about history of Deadwood and some of the colorful characters who lived there, such as Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane, and Deadwood Dick.
|Bath Postal Museum|
Chronology of postal service from its origins in ancient Egypt, history of letter boxes from 1854-1998, descriptions of postal uniforms from 1793-1984, biographies. Located in Bath, England.
|British Museum, The|
Celebrating ancient and living culture worldwide. View art and antiquities, governance details, job opportunities, and learn about the reading room. In English, French, Japanese, Italian, and Spanish.
International museum of architecture and design. Contains images of architecture representing the winners of the American Architecture Award, images of Chicago's architectural landmarks and sculpture from the International Sculpture Park.
Focus on the future of design as well as its history. Includes a searchable archive of designers and artifacts.
The Experience Music Project and Science Fiction Museum and Hall of Fame are located in Seattle, WA. The exhibits, education, membership info, articles, news and events, and vistors information.
Located in Bath, UK. Explore the collections of fashionable dress and accessories, exhibitions, events, and the history of the Assembly rooms. In English and French.
|George C. Marshall Foundation|
Information about the museum, educational outreach programs, Foundation publications, the library, and current events.
Built for the Universal Exhibition in 1900, and now home for Galeries Nationales and Palais de la Découverte. Offers history, mission, news, media, and a virtual tour. In English and French.
|Land, Air & Sea|
Museum dedicated to alternative vehicles, including flying cars, amphibious aeroplanes, amphibious cars, hovercraft, submarines and ATV's. Exhibits section features descriptions and images of vehicles.
|Liszt Ferenc Memorial Museum|
Reconstruction of Liszt's last Budapest flat, where he lived between 1881 and 1886. Instruments, furniture, his books, scores, and personal objects and memorabilia. Also in Hungarian.
|London's Transport Museum|
Conserving and explaining London's transport heritage. Buses, trains, trams and trolleybuses, exhibitions, collections, events, activities, merchandise, and news.
|Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center|
Museum exhibits depict Native American and natural history. Contains membership information, education programs and events. Located in Mashantucket, CT.
Museum of the Cherokee Indian offers visitor information, exhibits and collections, education department, and contact details.
|Museum of London|
Features an overview of the collections (including panoramas of galleries), online exhibits, and a searchable and browsable library of over 1,400 images.
|Museum of New Zealand: Te Papa Tongarewa|
New Zealand's national museum, located in Wellington. Information about the museum, what's on and online resources. In English and Maori.
|National Museum of the American Indian|
Features online exhibitions on subjects such as ancient Mexican art, basketry, and works of contemporary artists. Also includes information about the collection and the NMAI outreach and education programs.
This palace and park complex is a part of the treasure-chest of Russian national and world culture. History, owners, the palace rooms, and collections. In English and Russian.
|Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology|
Located in Cambridge and linked to Harvard University, it provides exhibitions on-line as well as information on current exhibits and research.
|Phoenix Art Museum|
General information, exhibits and events, information about the collection, classes and workshops, and membership information.
Contains visitor information details, information about peregrine falcons, the snakes, spiders and frogs of Queensland.
|Ripley's Believe It or Not|
Chain of commercial museums founded by Robert Ripley and dedicated to odd and amazing things from around the world. Contains chronology of Ripley and his company, selections from the collection, videos of oddities.
|Saatchi Gallery, The|
Contemporary art in London. Provides virtual gallery and information about the artists. Showcase your art to thousands of visitors every day.
|Tech Museum of Innovation|
Located in San Jose, CA, with a focus on technology. Includes information about current exhibits, online exhibits, help with planning a visit, calendar of events.
|American Association of Museums|
Resources include a bookstore and marketplace, newsroom with hot topics, calendar of events, position white papers, professional educational standards, a museum code of ethics, and programs such as accreditation, peer review, and government affairs.
|Bakelite and Plastic Museum|
Pricelist for bakelite and plastic objects. A database of bakelite radio's, clocks, jewelry, lamps, communications, and home accessories.
|Barcelona Perfume Museum|
Features history of perfumery and perfume bottles in Mesopotamia, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece, the Renaissance with examples of perfume bottles. Includes photos of designers such as Chanel and Dior. In English, Spanish, and Catalan.
|Bata Shoe Museum, The|
Toronto museum exhibiting shoes and footwear through the ages. Have a look at their collections, the exhibitions, events, and the museum itself.
|Benicia Historical Museum at the Camel Barns|
Explore Benicia's place in history in the museum and learn about Benicia's contribution to US military history. Includes calendar of events, educational programs, virtual exhibits.
Museum in Honolulu dedicated to the culture of Hawaii and its relationship to the rest of the Pacific.
|Children's Museum of Los Angeles|
General information, programs, environmental arts program, and campuses.
|Frank H. McClung Museum|
Collections in anthropology, archaeology, decorative arts, local history, and natural history showcase Tennessee's art, geology, history, and culture, and special exhibits focus on topics in the arts, humanities, and sciences.
|Gardner Museum of Architecture and Design|
The museum features information on upcoming museum events, fine art exhibits, special exhibitions, and a library of architectural books located in Quincy, IL.
|Geppi's Entertainment Museum|
American history museum with a focus on pop culture. Toys and comic characters from the late 1700s until the present day. Located in Baltimore, MD.
|Higgins Armory Museum|
Dedicated to the collection, preservation, exhibition, and interpretation of arms and armor. Includes news, events, information about collections.
|Händel in Halle|
Building in Halle, Germany, in which Georg Friedrich Händel was born. Now also the town museum. Includes history of building and exhibition list. German and English.
|International Museum of Women|
Provides information and images from past and current exhibits, a newsletter, and links to affiliate organizations.
|Manitoba Agricultural Museum|
Collection of operating vintage farm machinery, includes over 500 implements as well as a pioneer village with over 30 buildings. Features current events, descriptions and photos of buildings and contact information.
Collection of links to online museums, collections and exhibits.
|Museu Del Perfum|
Perfume museum in Barcelona. The museum, perfume history, the collection, news, and location. In English, Spanish and Catalan.
|Museum of Craft and Folk Art|
Information on exhibitions, events, school programs, publications and membership for a San Francisco folk art museum.
|Museum of Northern Arizona|
An introduction to the arts, Native American cultures, and natural sciences of the Colorado Plateau.
|Museum of the African Diaspora|
Museum based in San Francisco covering the art, culture and history of the African Diaspora. Including general info, exhibitions, programs, and online exhibits.
|Museum of Westward Expansion|
Focuses on the history of the 19th century American West. Includes an interactive tour of the museum; chronology of events in the 1800s; audio clips; narratives highlighting exploration, American Indians, the fur trade.
Features best online museum resources including museums by city, state or country, exhibit calendars, aquariums, national parks, botanical gardens, zoos, history museums, art reference.
Database offering links to museums, virtual exhibitions, museum events, fun and game sites for secondary and post-secondary students, and educational links.
Browse the alphabetical and regional listing of museums in the United Kingdom.
|Pioneer Florida Museum|
Located in Dade City, the museum has a rail road depot and school house, clothing, artifacts of early Florida pioneer settlers or "crackers". The site highlights special events, photos of the buildings, and membership info.
|Salem Witch Museum|
Museum about the Salem Witch Trials of 1692. Includes information about the museum, tours, directions, history.
|Sam Houston Memorial Museum|
The Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas, prepared information about the life & times of General Sam Houston; calendar, news, and an interactive tour of the museum.
|Vallejo Naval & Historical Museum|
Brief histories of the City of Vallejo, CA and the former Mare Island Naval Shipyard. There is also information about the museum and its events.
|Vitra Design Museum|
Covers the history and current developments of industrial design. Contains information about traveling exhibits and images of the museum building. Available in English, French and German.