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Alphabetic listing of Museums, Science and Art Centers

  1. 1950s All-Electric Model House, Shawnee, KS. The first 1950s suburban house museum in the country! Discover why a house in the suburbs was the American Dream after World War II. This all-electric house was the "house of the future" in 1953. Now it's a museum!
  2. A Guide to the Museums of Washington, Washington, DC. Website with reviews and critiques of the major museums and galleries of the Washington metropolitan area. Updated weekly. Sender: Matthew Gene Hannigan Sender email: hannigan@gwu.edu Comment:
  3. A. Philip Randolph Pullman Porter Museum, Chicago, IL. Collection is dedicated to and composed of information of the Brotherhood of the Sleeping Car Porters labor union. The first African American labor union chartered in the US..
  4. A.C. Gilbert's Discovery Village, Salem, OR. Children's interactive science museum and outdoor park. Invent toys, explore, and have fun in arts, activities, classes, Summer camps on the Willamette River.
  5. Ableza's Native American Virtual Cultural Center, San Jose, CA. Through web-casting, cultures of the Western Hemisphere's Indigenous Peoples comes alive. The site's contents are produced by, for, and about the rich and diverse heritages of Native American Peoples. Ableza is a Native American Arts & Film Institute. One of its many programs is the Native American Virtual Cultural Center, accessed from our www home page. The "Center" was launched October 12 (Indigenous People's Day,) 1998.
  6. Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake, NY. A regional museum of history and art, the Adirondack Museum tells the stories of people who have lived, worked and played in this 6 million acres of private/publicly held wilderness in upstate New York. Twenty-three indoor and outdoor exhibit areas overlook Blue Mountain Lake.
  7. Adler Planetarium and Astronomy Museum, Chicago, IL. A world class collection of early astrological technology.
  8. African Art Museum of the SMA Fathers, Tenafly, NJ. Collects, exhibits, publishes traditional sub-Saharan African art. Reference library. Educational programs for schools K-college and adults. Lectures, concerts, films.
  9. Agricultural Heritage Museum, Brookings, SD. Specializes in the agricultural history of South Dakota from 1860 to 1950. Technology and photo archive.
  10. Akron Art Museum, Akron, OH. Situated in a renovated Post Office building, the permanent collection emphasizes contemporary art, photography, and folk arts.
  11. Albany Institute of History & Art, Albany, NY. Permanent collection of 20,000+ objects featuring Hudson River School paintings, limner portraits, sculpture, silver, pewter, ceramics, 18-19c furniture, regional contemporary art, public programs & changing exhibitions throughout the year.
  12. Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Garden, Winter Park, FL. This museum is dedicated to the life works of noted Czech-American sculptor Albin Polasek (1879-1965).
  13. Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY. While relatively small, the museum has an excellent collection of modern 20th century art, as well as statuary & paintings from earlier centuries.
  14. Alexander Vaisman Gallery, Chapel Hill, NC. Paintings and drawings by Alexander Vaisman. This is a virtual museum.
  15. Alexandria Archaeology Museum, Alexandria, VA. Please supply no more than one or two sentences describing the museum in neutral tones; excessive statements may be surgically altered. Comment: This is a more complete address than is now listed.
  16. Alexandria Archaeology Museum, Alexandria, VA. The Alexandria Archaeology Museum is the City of Alexandria, Virginia's community archaeology program. Its exhibits, educational programs, and extensive collections are based on more than 30 years of excavations and research on Alexandria's history.
  17. Alexandria Museum of Art, Alexandria, LA. Hosts changing exhibitions gallery and permanent collection gallery of Contemporary Louisiana Artists. Also a Children's hands-on gallery and multi-media gallery.
  18. Aliceville Museum, Aliceville, AL. This museum focuses on local history for Pickens County, Alabama, and west central Alabama.
  19. Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College, Ohio. 17th century Dutch, Japanese prints, Renaissance and Baroque prints, modern European and contemporary American art.
  20. American Center for Wine, Food and the Arts , Napa, CA. Opening 2001--a new museum and cultural center under construction in Napa, CA. Exploring wine and food as an expression of American culture, through the arts and humanities.
  21. American Hall of Heroes Museum, Pueblo, CO. A large (15 megs and growing) source of historical information on American history and heroes, with special emphasis on recipients of the Medal of Honor. This site includes historical information with time lines and graphics, with excellent material for use in school lesson/project planning. It also includes inter- active, educational games and projects, along with the inspirational stories of great American men and women.
  22. American Hop Museum, Toppenish, WA. The only Hop Museum in the United States showcasing the history of the hop industry from the early growing periods in New York, the Migration across the United States and the beginning of the industry in the Northwest. Displays include historical equipment.
  23. American Irish Historical Society, New York, NY. Rare books, periodicals, monographs, archives newspapers, artifacts and art documenting the role of Irish and Irish-Americans in the founding, shaping and safeguarding of the United States.
  24. American military museum, El Monte, CA. Over 130 different military equipment from ww1 to contemporary jeeps, trucks, tanks, cannons, personnel carriers, the largest inter service collections on the west coast.
  25. American Museum of Asmat Art, Saint Paul, MN. Asmat art from Papau New Guinea.
  26. American Museum of Science and Energy, Oak Ridge, TN. Funded by the US Department of Energy, AMSE hosts energy related exhibits, demonstrations and events that relate to energy, science and the world around us
  27. American Museum of the Moving Image, Astoria, NY. Museum devoted to the art, history, technique, and technology of motion pictures, video, television, and digital media.
  28. American Numismatic Association Money Museum, Colorado Springs, CO. Extensive on-line exhibits including over 60 US paper money specimens, a Russian-American Company seal skin note and Japanese currency (1869-99).
  29. American Swedish Historical Museum, Philadelphia, PA. Thirteen galleries and library focus on history of Swedes in America from the establishment of the New Sweden Colony in 1638 to contemporary Swedish technology, architecture, fine and decorative arts.
  30. American Textile History Museum , Lowell , MA. This national treasure houses one of the largest textile history collections in the world -- books, images, textile samples, garments, household textiles, textile-making tools and equipment. On-going exhibition, "Textiles in America", history of cloth making from 1700s to 1900s; three or four temporary exhibitions per year.
  31. American Visionary Art Museum, Baltimore, MD. essly edited).
  32. Amerind Foundation Museum, Dragoon, AZ. The Amerind Foundation Museum is dedicated to the study and interpretation of Native American culture and lifeways. The Amerind, founded in 1937, concentrates its research into topics pertinent to American Southwestern studies.
  33. Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, TX. The Amon Carter Museum was established through the generosity of Amon G. Carter, Sr. (1879-1955), to house his collection of paintings and sculpture by Frederic Remington and Charles M. Russell; to collect, preserve, and exhibit the finest examples of American art; and to serve an educational role through exhibitions, publications, and programs devoted to the study of American art.
  34. Amuseum Gallery, Asbury Park, NJ. A virtual museum and gallery of arts, collectibles, and antiques. Featuring rare Salvador Dali sketches, art deco pieces, and 60s memorabilia. This is a VIRTUAL museum.
  35. Anacostia Museum, Washington, D.C.. The Anacostia was originally envisioned as a neighborhood museum celebrating the history and culture of the predominately African-American Anacostia community. It has expanded, however, to reflect a more comprehensive African-American culture. This museum is part of the Smithsonian Museum Group.
  36. Andover Historical Society, Andover, MA. Features the history of Andover, Massachusetts back to its founding in 1646 with records, maps, books, manuscripts and exhibits in a newly restored 1819 house and barn museum. Research questions are handled by email. Open Tuesday to Friday, 9 to 5 and on Saturday 9 to 3, closed Sundays and holidays.
  37. Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh.
  38. Angels Attic, Santa Monica, CA. A museum of antique dolls, toys, miniatures and dollhouses. Located in an 1895 Queen Anne Victorian house.
  39. Antelope Valley Indian Museum, Lancaster, CA. Located in the Heart of California's Mojave Desert, the Antelope Valley Indian Museum contains many rare or one-of-a-kind artifacts. This folk art structure is on the National Register of Historic Places.
  40. Anti-Saloon League Museum, Westerville, OH. The Anti-Saloon Museum houses one of the largest collection of Temperance materials in the United States. The museum reflects the history and heritage of the Anti-Saloon League and the Prohibition movement in America.
  41. Antique Gas & Steam Engine Museum, Vista, CA. Non-profit museum located in Vista, Ca, dedicated to the preservation, exhibition, education, and research of California's early farming history.
  42. Appleton Museum of Art, Ocala, FL. Collection of 19th C. European art, etc.
  43. Archaeological Research Institute, Arizona State University , Tempe, AZ. ARI maintains collections from archaeological projects conducted in central Arizona.. Collections catalogs, photos and research data are available through on-line, searchable databases. In addition, virtual exhibits and publications are offered on archaeological topics from a wide range of geographic and chronological settings.
  44. Arizona Museum for Youth, Mesa, AZ. An art museum you can really 'kid' around in! Fine art is combined with hands-on activities in an environment that stimulates creative expression! The Arizona Museum for Youth offers children the excitement provided by fine arts. Visual and tactile stimulation is combined in an environment designed for learning and creative expression.
  45. Arizona Science Center, Phoenix.
  46. Arizona State Museum - University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ. Over 100 years old, the Arizona State Museum, located on the University of Arizona campus, collects, displays and interprets objects and information about the native peoples of the SW U.S. and NW Mexico.
  47. Arizona State University Art Museum, Tempe, AZ. The Museum that presented "Bill Viola: Buried Secrets" at the 1995 Venice Biennale, the first institution West of the Mississippi to represent the United States at this U.S. Pavilion
  48. Arkansas Tech University of Prehistory and History, Russellville, AR. The Museum concentrates on the prehistory and history of the Arkansas River Valley for the past 12,000 years. A new endeavor of the museum is the creation of a regional family history archive.
  49. Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. Museum and art school.
  50. Art Museum Network Official Web site for the largest art museums in North America. Choose a museum by region.
  51. Art Museum of Southeast Texas, Beaumont, TX. The Art Museum of Southeast Texas features 8-10 exhibitions per year of 19th and 20th century American, World, folk and decorative arts. A full schedule of related educational programs are also offered.
  52. Art Museum.net, Santa Clara, CA. The Art Museum.net site allows the user to explore the paintings through a navigable 3D representation of the exhibition as it existed at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. Features of the site include zoomable images of the paintings, audio files about selected paintings, and informational explanations for each work. This is a VIRTUAL museum.
  53. ArtQuest, Greensboro, NC. An interactive art experience for children located in the Greensboro Cultural Center.
  54. Arts Online at the Hearst, Cedar Falls, IA. Links to museums, visual artists and organizations, writers and literary agencies, dancers and dance companies, actors and theatres, musicians and music organizations.
  55. Atlanta History Center, Atlanta, GA. On its 33-acre site, the Atlanta History Center offers award-winning exhibitions on Atlanta history, the Civil War and southern folk arts and crafts, as well as regularly changing exhibitions; two historic houses - the famous 1928 Swan House mansion and the 1845 plantation-plain Tullie Smith Farm; beautiful gardens showing the landscape history of the area; and an extensive research library/archives.
  56. ATU Museum of Prehistory and History , Russellville, AR. Museum collections and exhibits focus primarily on Native American occupation of the area. Regional history and a developing family archive are other museum emphases.
  57. Aurora History Museum, aurora, co. Website relates to Homestead City, a living history event representing small town life a century ago. Sponsored annually by the Aurora Museum Foundation, and the City of Aurora.
  58. Autry Museum of Western Heritage, Los Angeles, CA. Explores the myths and realities of the American West and its diverse populations. In addition to three major changing exhibits each year, the museum has more than 51,000 objects in 7 permanent collection galleries including fine artworks, folk art, native american artifacts, cowboy clothes & equipment.
  59. B Reactor Museum Association, Richland, WA. The BRMA is a voluntary association of groups and individuals committed to the historic preservation of the Hanford B Reactor, the first large-scale nuclear reactor ever built.
  60. Balch Institute for Ethnic Studies , Philadelphia, PA. Museum,research library, and archive. One of the largest reseach centers on US immigration, ethnicity, and multiculturalism. Many past exhibits and library card catalog (60,000+ items) available on-line.
  61. Ball State University Museum of Art, Muncie, Indiana.
  62. Baltimore Museum of Industry, Maryland. In an 1870 oyster cannery by the inner harbor.
  63. Baltimore museums, a listing.
  64. Baltimore Streetcar Museum, Inc., Baltimore, MD. America's only trolley museum with operating artifacts from a single city . . . Baltimore. Come, ride with us!!!
  65. Balzekas Museum of Lithuanian Culture, Chicago, IL. The Lithuanian people have a fascinating history. More Lithuanian immigrants settled in Chicago than any other city. This is a small museum in the same building as the office of the Lithuanian government.
  66. Bancroft Library, U.C. Berkeley: California Heritage Project , Berkeley, CA. The Bancroft Library is the rare books and special collections repository of U.C. Berkeley. Specializing in Western Americana and the history of California, its collections include books, printed ephemera, manuscripts, archival collections, and pictorial collections. The library's California Heritage Digital Image Access project makes available over 25,000 images from the collections -- primarily photographs, but also drawings, prints, and other images of California.
  67. Barnum Museum, Bridgeport, CT. P.T. Barnum was an entrepreneur, politician, journalist, impresario, museum owner and founder of "The Greatest Show on Earth". Only one museum depicts the extraordinary life and the enormous influence this man had on 19th century America - The Barnum Museum.
  68. Barrick Museum of Natural History, Las Vegas, NV.
  69. Battleship Cove, Fall River, MA. WW-II naval vessels: Battleship Massachusetts, Destroyer Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. and submarine Lionfish, as well as era PT boats.
  70. Bay Area Discovery Museum, Sausalito, CA. Just under the North tower of the Golden Gate Bridge is a fantastic place where toddlers to ten-year-olds and their families will find limitless opportunities for discoveries in art, science and media.
  71. Beauvoir, Jefferson Davis Shrine, Biloxi, MS. Last home of President Jefferson Davis, includes two museums 52 landscaped acres, giftshop, and the Jefferson Davis Presidential Library in Biloxi, MS.
  72. Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine and Museum, Beckley, WV. This museum is part of the Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine. It is part of a recreated Coal Camp in the Mountains of West Virginia. See how coal miners and their families lived from the early 1900's through present day.
  73. Bell Museum of Natural History, Minneapolis, MN. In addition to the dioramas, a wide variety of changing exhibitions and beautiful wildlife art enrich our understanding of the natural world. Make tracks to the Touch & See Room...and bring your curiosity! Here you'll learn about nature by touching turtles, stroking snakes and animal skins, peeking inside skulls, and handling other wonderful objects from nature.
  74. Berkeley Art Museum + Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, CA. The BAM + PFA at the University of California offers a website with extensive exhibition information including online catalogs with images and audio artist interviews, a database of over 12,000 film notes on world cinema, searchable art and film collection guides, an interactive multimedia guide to modern art for kids and more.
  75. Betty Brinn Children's Museum, Milwaukee, WI. The Museum "where kids can play their way smart," gears its exhibits to the age ranges of 1-10. We encourage interaction between parents and children for an educational and fun time for all.
  76. Biblical Resource Center & Museum, Collierville, TN. Artifacts, replicas and documents reflective of Near-Eastern & Mediterranean culture in the Biblical period.
  77. Birger Sandzen Memorial Gallery , Lindsborg, KS. Swedish-American modernist painter and printmaker Birger Sandzen (1871-1954). European trained painter of landscapes of Kansas, Colorado and the Southwest.
  78. Bishop Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii. The State Museum of Natural and Cultural History. Pacific anthropology, botany, entomology and zoology. Includes on-line exhibits.
  79. Bob Jones University Museum & Gallery, Greenville, SC. One of the most highly recognized collections of religious art in the western hemisphere featuring works by Dolci, Rembrandt, Rubens, Titian, Van Dyck, and many others.
  80. Boca Raton Museum of Art, Boca Raton, FL. Fully accredited museum, with a fine Permanent Collection of over 3000 pieces.
  81. Bolinas Museum, Bolinas, CA. The Bolinas Museum features historical artifacts and contemporary art of Coastal Marin County, California. The Museum's permanent collection includes artifacts and memorabilia from Bolinas' and West Marin's history as a supplier of ships and proven
  82. Bonnet House, Fort Lauderdale, FL. Bonnet House is a whimsical 35 acre subtropical beach front estate. It was donated to the Florida Trust for Historic Preservation in 1983 by Evelyn Bartlett.
  83. Boston Area and New England Museums, Boston, MA. The URL listed is not found- I've written the new one for you above. Sender: Gavin Andrews Sender email: gavinandrews@mail.utexas.edu Comment: Great site and links!
  84. Bowers Museum of Cultural Art, Santa Ana, CA. A museum of California history.
  85. Bradbury Science Museum, Los Alamos, NM. The Bradbury Science Museum displays exhibits about the history of Los Alamos National Laboratory, focusing on its role in the Manhattan Project during World War II, and its current research.
  86. Brandywine River Museum, Chadds Ford, PA. Housed in a restored 19th century gristmill, the museum showcases an extensive collection of Wyeth family art, illustrations and other 19th and 20th century American art.
  87. Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY. The Brooklyn Museum of Art is one of the largest art institutions in the United States, with collections in Ancient Egyptian art and American Painting & Sculpture that are considered among the world's finest. One of the premier art institutions in the world, its permanent collection includes more than one and a half million objects and represents almost every culture.
  88. Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT. Art and science museum with interactive exhibits, lectures, and programs for adults and children.
  89. Buddy Holly Center, Lubbock, TX. Dedicated to the presentation of changing exhibitions on contemporary visual arts and Texas music and music history. Features a permanent exhibition on the life and music of rock pioneer, Buddy Holly.
  90. Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Cody, WY. The Buffalo Bill Historical Center is widely regarded as America's finest western museum. Located in northwestern Wyoming, 52 miles from Yellowstone National Park's East Gate, the Center features a library and four internationally acclaimed museums under one roof.
  91. Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture , Seattle, WA. This is the State Museum of Natural History and Culture, and houses an outstanding collection of Pacific Rim cultural artifacts as well as strong paleontology and anthropology collections.
  92. Butler County Soldiers, Sailors & Pioneers Monument, Hamilton, OH. Built 1902-1906 on the site of Fort Hamilton, Ohio (1791-1795). The Monument houses military artifacts ranging from the Civil War to the Gulf Ear.
  93. BYU Earth Science Museum, Provo, UT. Among other exhibits, this museum features mounted dinosaur skeletons, a fossil touch table, a mural of the Jurassic period, and a working paleontology lab.
  94. California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, CA. Home of the Steinhart Aquarium, the Morrison Planetarium and the Natural History Museum. Earth, Ocean and Space all in one place.
  95. California African-American Museum, Los Angeles, CA. Collections of painting, sculpture, assemblages, photographs, folk art, African art and examples of historical material culture reflecting African-American life.
  96. California Antique Aircraft Museum , San Martin, CA. Antique flying aircraft, replicas, and models from the 1900's to 1960 including the Wright Flyer and other historic aircraft.
  97. California Museum of Photography, University of California, Riverside. Includes network exhibitions.
  98. California Views Historical Photo Collection, Monterey, CA. California Views established in 1970 and located in Monterey, California, this unique photo archive is the most comprehensive historical photo collection of Central California. With over 75,500 images in its archives.
  99. Canajoharie Library and Art Gallery, Canajoharie, NY. A collection of representational American Art featuring works of Winslow Homer, the American Impressionists, the Eight, Hudson River School painters and others. Founded in 1927, as a museum of American Art by local industrialist, Bartlett Arkell. Since that time, the museum has grown to include over 500 paintings and other works of Art by many of this countries best known painters, sculptors and other artists.
  100. Capitola Historical Museum, Capitola, CA. The Museum houses an extensive collection of photographs and artifacts related to Capitola's history, and offers quarterly changing exhibits on the history and art of the area, as well as on special seasonal and topical themes.
  101. Captain Kazooz Kazoo Museum, San Jose, CA. A collection of antique, unusual, unique and logo kazoos from around the world.
  102. Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh, PA. Through its explorations, collections, research, exhibitions, and educational programs, the Carnegie Museum of Natural History advances knowledge of the Earth, its life and cultures, and acts as a steward of our natural world.
  103. Carnegie Science Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania!. Hands-on exhibits, including a miniature railroad and village, Omnimax theater, interactive planetarium, World War II submarine.
  104. Carroll Reece Museum, Johnson City, TN. Located on the Campus of East Tennessee State University, the Reece hosts collections of mainly regional art and history.
  105. Carson Valley Museum and Cultural Center, Gardnerville, NV. Located on Highway 395 in the heart of Gardnerville on the eastern side of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, this museum reflects the history of the Carson Valley from 1915 through to the present. Washoe Indian and Basque heritage exhibits are featured along with agriculture, early telephone, doctors, and restored 19th century vehicles. Changing gallery highlights people, places and activities.
  106. Caverns Creek Grist Mill Museum, Howes Cave, NY. A 182 yr. old, restored, water wheel powered Mill and Museum, fully intact and operable
  107. Center for Creative Photography, Tucson, AZ. One of the world's great photography museums with changing exhibitions, public programs, a research center, library, archives and collections numbering more than 50,000 works.
  108. Central Pacific Railroad Photographic History Museum Stereo views, engravings, maps, and documents illustrating the history of the first transcontinental railroad. This is a VIRTUAL museum.
  109. Charles Dickert Memorial Wildlife Museum, Saranac Lake, NY. This wildlife museum highlights the work of Charles Dickert, the master taxidermist who practiced his craft in Saranac Lake for many decades. The Museum, located in the Saranac Lake Free Library at 100 Main Street, is open weekdays from 10:00AM to 4:00PM.
  110. Charles River Museum of Industry, Waltham, Massachusetts.
  111. Charles Russell Museum, Great Falls, Mt. Comprised of a number of buildings, home, studio and modern art museum , occupied by the Western American artist "Charlie" Russell who was a contemporary of Remington and his equal in fame.
  112. Charles W. Moore Foundation, Austin, Texas. A foundation dedicated to preserving the Moore/Andersson Compound of studios and houses to the public. The compound was designed by the world renowned archtiect, Charles W. Moore and contains his extraordinary folk toy collection.
  113. Charlotte, The Vermont Whale An electronic museum.
  114. Cheekwood, Nashville, TN. Museum of Art and Botanical Gardens. The Botanical Gardens include both historic landscapes and specialty garden, the collections feature 19th and 20th century American art.
  115. Chicago Academy of Sciences Nature Museum, Chicago, Illinois.
  116. Chicago Historical Society, Chicago, IL.
  117. Children's Discovery Museum, San Jose, California.
  118. Children's Museum of Indianapolis, Indianapolis.
  119. Children's Museum of Kansas City , Kansas City, KS. An interactive museum for youngsters ages 4-12 and their families. Exhibits cover art, science, and history.
  120. China the Beautiful, Guttenberg, NJ. Virtual museum of Chinese culture art painting calligraphy philosophy literature poetry. Possibly the largest on-line site for classical Chinese arts and literature with 20,000 visitors per month.
  121. Chinqua-Penn, Reidsville, NC. Built in 1925 by Jeff Penn and Betsy Schoellkopf Penn (tobacco and Niagara Power wealth), Chinqua-Penn is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a vernacular example of the Arts and Crafts Movement in the USA. Collections range from 1600 BC to 1950 and are 100% original to the property.
  122. Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, VA. The Chrysler Museum of Art features European and American collections in sculpture, painting and photography as well as three historic houses and an internationally famous glass collection. Sender: Sender email: Comment:
  123. Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, OH. This museum houses a fine collection of European art, with an emphasis on 17th to early 20th century painting. Also featured is a collection of works by artists from Cincinnati.
  124. Cincinnati Museum Center Containing the Cincinnati History Museum, Museum of Natural History & Science, an Omnimax Theater, and the Cincinnati Historical Society Library.
  125. Civil War Soldiers Museum, Pensacola, Fl. Explore 19th century America and the lives of Civil War soldiers who served in the great Confederate and Union armies and navies. Our 4,200 sq. feet of exhibit space currently houses a diverse collection and currently one of the largest Civil War medical collections in the world.
  126. Clark County Heritage Museum, Henderson, NV.
  127. Clermont (State Historic Site), Clermont, NY. Clermont, a 490-acre estate, was the Hudson River seat of the prominent Livingston family from 1728 to 1962.
  128. Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio.
  129. Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Cleveland, Ohio.
  130. Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia. Historic capital of 18th century Virginia.
  131. Colorado Springs Museum, Colorado Springs , CO. The Colorado Springs Museum collects, preserves and interprets the history and culture of the Pikes Peak Region. This web site provides more information about the museum and its exhibits as well as fully searchable collection database.
  132. Colorado University Museum of Natural History , Boulder, CO. The CU Museum is located on the campus of the University of Colorado in Boulder. It contains excellent collections of material used in the studies of Geology, Anthropology, Paleontology in the region of the Rocky Mountain foothills. It is a free museum and open to the public.
  133. Columbia River Exhibition of History, Science, and Technology, Richland, WA. From primitive irrigation systems to the development and use of robotics, you will enjoy a fascinating journey through the unique Columbia Basin region.
  134. Columbus Art Museum, Columbus, OH. Located on Main Street just to the east of the center of downtown Columbus, OH. Currently (summer of 1999) exhibiting Dresden in the Ages of Splendor and 12 glass chandeliers used in Seattle, Washington glass maker Dale Chihuly's creation 'Chihuly over Venice'.
  135. Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA. An art and history museum specializing in 18th-20th century fine and decorative American art and regional history of the lower southeastern United States. Changing exhibits, permanent displays, childrens interactive gallery, outdoor gardens, and gift shop among amenities.
  136. Computer Museum of America, La Mesa, CA.
  137. Concord Museum, Concord, MA. The Concord Museum serves as the gateway to Concord, Massachusetts. Its collection illustrates the unique history of Concord, and includes artifacts from the Revolutionary War as well as Henry David Thoreau and Ralph Waldo Emerson.
  138. Connecticut Valley Historical Museum, Springfield, MA. Changing exhibitions highlight various aspects of the Pioneer Valley's 350-year history.
  139. Conner Prairie Museum Contains online full text articles dealing with 19th-century US history, period recipes, online exhibits, and more
  140. Contemporary Arts Center , Cincinnati, OH. Founded in 1939, the Contemporary Arts Center is one of the oldest, most active, and most adventuresome museums of contemporary art in the US. In 1990, the CAC made international news when it successfully defended the legal right of its audience to view an exhibition of the photographs of Robert Mapplethorpe. Extensive website, including current exhibitions, kids' pages, CAC history, virtual exhibitions, and info on a major new building planned for 2001.
  141. Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, TX. Very exciting and active museum in the heart of Houston's museum district, and across from the renowned Museum of Fine Arts - Houston.
  142. Cooper Regional History Museum, Upland, CA. Museum devoted to history of Upland, Ontario, Montclair, Mt. Baldy, and Rancho Cucamonga (California).
  143. Coos Art Museum , Coos Bay, OR. Permanent collection includes Prefontaine memorial gallery, historic maritime photographs and graphics by major contemporary artists, as well as works by local artists. Special shows and art classes offered.
  144. Corcoran Museum of Art, Washington, DC. An art museum with stage events, just blocks from the White house. This is a major privately funded museum, one of the oldest in the US. Extensive permanent collections are supplemented by frequent special exhibitions.
  145. Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, New York. The Corning collection includes more than 27,000 objects representing 3,500 years of achievements in glass design and craftsmanship. The Museum's Rakow Library is the principal research center for glass students worldwide. Its collections consist of more than 70,000 volumes and 800 periodicals in 41 languages. See also the Corning Glass Center, Corning, New York.
  146. Corvette Hall of Fame and Americana Awarded as "One of the 12 Most Extraordinary Museums In New York State"
  147. Coyote Point Museum For Environmental Education, San Mateo, CA. Come see us! Get a close up look at what makes the Bay Area beautiful. Just minutes from SFO and overlooking the San Francisco airport, we have live animals, beautiful gardens and hands-on exhibits.
  148. Cranbrook Art Museum, Bloomfield Hills, MI. The Cranbrook Educational Community encompasses a museum representing 20th century artists, architects and designers. The community also hosts a renowned graduate program in the fine arts, architecture, and design. Cranbrook has had many well-known artists, architects, and designers working in the community at one time or another. Charles and Ray Eames, Eliel Saarinen, Duane Hanson, Katherine and Michael McCoy, to name a few.
  149. Crismon Farm Heritage Museum
  150. Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA. Oldest public art museum in the Western United States. Founded in 1885. Major collections of Old Master drawings, Old Master European paintings, nineteenth-century California painting, twentieth-century art from Northern California; extensive education program.
  151. CT Visions, a virtual museum.. CT Visions is an on-line archive and gallery of photographs -- old and new -- that investigates the significance of family images as part of our collective memories. Sponsored by The Connecticut Historical, CT Visions is an ever-changing record of images and memories of Connecticut's people, and a means through which people of varied backgrounds and cultures can communicate and explore similarities and differences. This is a VIRTUAL museum.
  152. Czech Center New York, New York, NY. The Czech Center New York displays an alternating exhibit of Czech art including graphic art, photography, sculpture, architecture, and glass. The center is also active in coordinating Czech exhibits with outside institutions.
  153. Dahesh Museum, New York City, NY. The Dahesh Museum is the only museum in America dedicated to collecting and exhibiting 19th- and early 20th-century European academic art, which is the continuation of the great Renaissance, Baroque and Rococo traditions in the visual arts.
  154. Dali Virtual Museum of Art dedicated to the Surrealist artist Salvador Dali.
  155. Dallas Historical Society, Dallas, TX. The DHS collects archival and 3-D materials pertaining to the city of Dallas and to the state of Texas.
  156. Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX.
  157. Dallas Museum of Natural History
  158. Daniel Gebhart Tavern Museum , Miamisburg, OH. An 1811 Restored Log Tavern in Miamisburg, Ohio.
  159. Danish Immigrant Museum, Elk Horn, IA. The Danish Immigrant Museum is dedicated to the education and fostering the traditions and customs of the Danish American people.
  160. David and Alfred Smart Museum of Art, Chicago, IL. At the University of Chicago
  161. Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT.
  162. Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, OH. Has a very large Asian and African Art gallery, and rotating exhibits have lately included Degas, Rodin, Ansel Adams.
  163. DDay Museum, New Orleans, La.. D Day, June 6th, Museum.
  164. Decatur House Museum, Washington, DC. Decatur House, built in 1818 by Benjamin Henry Latrobe, is a historic house museum and former residence of prominent figures such as Stephen Decatur, Henry Clay and Martin Van Buren.
  165. DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincoln, Massachusetts.
  166. Deer Valley Rock Art Center, Phoenix, AZ. Hedgpeth Hills petroglyph site, with intorduction to rock art.
  167. Delaware History Center, Wilmington, DE. Visit the Delware History Museum, Old Town Hall or historic Willingtown Square. Dedicated to preserving Delaware's history.
  168. Dennos Museum Center, Traverse City, MI. Come Alive Inside Come Alive Inside the Dennos Museum Center for the visual and performing arts. Featuring an extensive schedule of changing exhibitions and concerts combined with gallery tours, artist lectures, hands-on workshops and school outreach activities.
  169. Denver Art Museum, Denver, Co. The largest collection of art between Chicago and San Francisco.
  170. Denver Museum of Natural History, Denver, CO. One of the best natural history museums in the country. Visit Prehistoric Journey, an award-winning exhibit on the history of life on earth.
  171. Detroit Historical Museum, Detroit, MI. The Detroit Historical Museum is the regional history museum of Southeastern Michigan, presenting the more than 300 year history of metropolitan Detroit.
  172. Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, Michigan.
  173. Detroit Science Center, Detroit, MI. The Detroit Science Center features Michigan's only IMAX Dome Theater, Cyberspace Safari, our 55 computer Internet Exhibit Lab, our Discovery Theater demo theater and educational laser shows in the exhibit lab
  174. Dia Center for the Arts, New York, NY. A contemporary art museum, Dia's exhibition program is dedicated to large-scale, single-artist projects, produced on a substantial scale and with a commitment to site specificity. Dia's website features artist projects created specifically for the web.
  175. Diego Rivera Web Museum dedicated to the Mexican muralist painter Diego Rivera (1886-l957). (Also in Spanish.)
  176. Dinosaur Valley Museum, Grand Junction, CO. A working paleontology laboratory which features fossils from important discoveries throughout western Colorado and eastern Utah. You will see dinosaur skeletons, articulated and in "death pose" as paleontologists found them, and realistic, scientific, half-size animated dinosaur replicas: moving, roaring, and howling.
  177. Discovery Museum, Bridgeport, CT. The Discovery Museum provides a see, touch, hear hands on experience in Bridgeport, Connecticut right off the Merritt Parkway. Hands on galleries, daily planetarium shows, Challenger Learning Center and other special events.
  178. Dossin Great Lakes Museum, Detroit, MI. Located on Belle Isle, the Dossin Great Lakes Museum is part of the Detroit Historical Museums. It presents the maritime history of the Great Lakes region, including the Detroit River, one of the world's busiest waterways.
  179. Double Take Gallery Documentary photography
  180. Downers Grove Museum, Downers Grove, IL. The Downers Grove Museum is a Special Facility of the Downers Grove Park District established to preserve our local heritage for today's residents and future generations. Open six days each week, and free to the public.
  181. Dr Pepper Museum, Waco, TX. The birthplace of Dr Pepper offers a glimpse of an earlier time.
  182. Dr. Samuel D. Harris National Museum of Dentistry, Baltimore.
  183. Duke University Museum of Art, Durham, NC. Permanent collection ranging from Ancient to Modern art plus changing exhibitions, programs and scholarly publications.
  184. Dumbarton Oaks Research Library, Washington, DC. The Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection is housed in a nineteenth-century Federal-style house built on the crest of a wooded valley in the Georgetown section of Washington, D.C. The institution now has important research resources in the areas of Byzantine studies, the history of landscape architecture, and Pre-Columbian studies. The collections of Byzantine and Pre-Columbian art and the rare books and prints relating to the gardens are on public display. The gardens were designed by the noted landscape gardener Beatrix Jones Farrand and are open to the public.
  185. Eagle Mills Cider Co., Broadalbin, NY. A working, water wheel powered Cider Mill which includes operation of 100 year old Cider Press and equipment. Various artifacts relevant to Cider Making .
  186. Early American Museum, Mahomet, IL. The mission of the Early American Museum is to collect, preserve, and interpret the history of east central Illinois. The museum has exhibits on 19th century life.
  187. EarlyWorks History Comlex, Huntsville, AL. With its three distinct, yet complementary properties-- the hands-on EarlyWorks Museum, Alabama Constitution Village and the Historic Huntsville Depot-- EarlyWorks promotes experience-driven programs, activities, exhibits and special events for all ages.
  188. Earth Art Ink, Corvallis, OR. A collection of artwork (sculptures, paintings, nature photography). Known artinst include Deacon, Shumway, and Allison.
  189. East Benton County Historical Museum, Kennewick, WA. Areas of our museum are devoted to the forces and movements that shaped the eastern part of Benton County.
  190. East Ely Railroad Depot Museum, Ely, NV.
  191. East Tennessee Discovery Center , Knoxville, TN. Features hands-on exhibits, butterfly and geology collections, live insect zoo, stuffed animal display, and the AKIMA Planetarium.
  192. East Tennessee Historical Society Museum , Knoxville, TN. The museum features exhibits depicting the triumph and tragedy of two hundred years of life in the Great Tennessee Valley.
  193. Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site, Philadelphia, PA. Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site offers a multidisciplinary tour program which addresses the architecture and history of the building, its impact on prison architecture throughout the world, and contemporary issues in criminal justice. The historic program also offers exhibits, film screenings, cultural events (dance, theater, and art exhibits), and lectures and symposia.
  194. Eccles Community Art Center, Ogden, UT. Located in a historic mansion, this museum's permanet collection is enhanced by changing monthly exhibits by contemporary local artists work.
  195. Ecology Hall of Fame, Santa Cruz, CA. The Ecology Hall of Fame honors the heroes of the environmental movement
  196. EcoTarium: A Center for Environmental Exploration, Akron, OH. 65-room Tudor Revival mansion that was the former home of Goodyear co-founder F.A. Seiberling situated on 70 acres of artfully landscaped grounds. Has a well-documented historic house museum that includes gardens recognized as one of the "top four gardens in the world" by Garden Design Magazine. Landscape features include a lagoon, a fully-restored English Garden designed by Ellen Biddle Shipman, several scenic vistas, a Japanese Garden, and much more.
  197. Eli Wilner & Company, New York, NY. Eli Wilner & Company is a gallery specializing in antique frames from the early 19th Century and Early 20th Century, both American and European frames. The gallery's website contains detailed pictures as well as articles, listings of special events, such as exhibitions and lectures.
  198. Elkhorn Valley Museum and Research Center , Norfolk, NE. Elkhorn Valley Museum and Research Center. Your source for history, genealogy, documents and more for the Norfolk and Elkhorn Valley areas of Nebraska in a museum with permanent and rotating exhibits, a gift shop and an extensive research center and library.
  199. Elmhurst Art Museum, Elmhurst, Illinois. The Elmhurst Art Museum is the cultural center of DuPage County, Illinois. Specializing in late 20th Century American Art, it's award winning building was designed around one of only three Mies van der Rohe homes built in the United States.
  200. Emigrant Trail Museum, Truckee, CA. The Emigrant Trail Museum, located at Donner Memorial State Park, depicts the history of the area and the people who came into this part of the Sierra. Near the museum is the Pioneer Monument and the Murphy family cabin site. Also starting from the side of the museum is a self-guiding nature trail which is a one half mile loop. Nature trail guides are available at the museum and campground entrance station.
  201. EMuseum A virtual museum of Anthropology, History and Natural History, written and maintained completely by the students at Minnesota State University.
  202. End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center, Oregon City , OR. Interpreters using audiovisual/special effects presentations recreate the experience of the Oregon Trail and the period of settlement from the 1840's to the 1880's. The Interpretive Center is located at the actual historic End of the Oregon Trail.
  203. Eniac Virtual Museum, . School of Engineering and Applied Science, University of Pennsylvania.
  204. Ernest Hemingway Birthplace and Museum, Oak Park, Illinois.
  205. Escher's Art Museum The graphic work of M.C. Escher.
  206. Estes Park Area Historical Museum, Colorado.
  207. Everhart Museum
  208. Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, NY. The first museum designed by I.M. Pei, the Everson offers a wide variety of work - from 18th-century American portraits to avant-garde sculpture, from photography to some of the earliest examples of video art. And, our extensive, internationally recognized collection of ceramics spans ancient sculpture and Ming dynasty porcelain all the way to contemporary works.
  209. Ewing Gallery of Art & Architecture , Knoxville, TN. Works of avant-garde artists and architects of international and local stature. Located on the University of Tennessee campus.
  210. Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium, St. Johnsbury, Vermont.
  211. Falls of the Ohio State Park & Interpretive Center Include site history, on-line fossil brochures, photo gallery, educator's material for the classroom, fossil links, and provide site interpretation for one of the first discovered fossil beds in North America - known since the early to mid 1700's - a Middle Devonian coral-sponge patch reef.
  212. Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, Maine. American art.
  213. Farragut Folklife Museum, Farragut, TN. This small museum preserves the heritage of the schools, churches and the community of this historical East Tennessee area and includes the The David Glasgow (Admiral) Farragut Collection.
  214. Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, IL. Includes "Sue-cam" real time video of preparation of world's most complete T-rex skeleton.
  215. Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco , San Francisco, CA. The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco's web site contains an astonishing database of over 65,000 images from the permanent collection. It also contains museum information on important exhibitions, tours, the collection, etc.
  216. Fire Museum of Memphis
  217. Firehouse Museum, San Diego, California. Fire-fighting equipment, including a photographic exhibit.
  218. Fleischer Museum of American and Russian Impressionism, Scottsdale, AZ. The paintings in the Fleischer collection are American Impressionism, California School and Russian and Soviet Realism tempered by Impressionism. The genres are varied and include landscapes, architectural subjects, and still life's.
  219. Fleischmann Planetarium, Reno, NV.
  220. Florida Association of Museums, a listing. A website that includes a searchable directory of all museums in Florida, plus a listing of exhibits that can be searched by month.
  221. Florida International Museum, St. Petersburg, FL. International blockbuster exhibitions such as Treasures of the Czars, Titanic: The Exhibition and Empires of Mystery. (800) 777-9882 for current exhibition.
  222. Florida Museum of Hispanic and Latin American Art, Miami, FL. Dedicated to contemporary art from Spain and Latin America with 11 exhibitions a year. Founded in September 1991.
  223. Florida Museum of Natural History, University of Florida, Gainesville. See on-line searchable collection databases. Be sure to check out the new virtual exhibit "Fossil Horses in Cyberspace", a new component of the museum website
  224. Fort Hays State Historic Site, Hays, KS. Blockhouse, guardhouse, officers quarters, and visitors center all bring to life the military frontier from the 1860s to the 1880s. Life was difficult fro the soldiers who protected the trails and the railroad from Native Americans who resented outsiders taking the land and destroying the buffalo.
  225. Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine, Baltimore, MD. Fort McHenry - birthplace of "The Star-Spangled Banner." Active in four United States wars. Site includes information about the flag, the National Anthen, Fort history, a virtual tour of the Fort, re-enactors and more. Site maintained by the Patriots of Fort McHenry
  226. Fort Recovery State Museum, Fort Recovery, OH. Fort Recovery is the site of the two largest Indian battles in the U.S., St. Clair's Defeat and The Battle of Fort Recovery. The museum focuses on the 1790's Indian wars in the Northwest Territory. The museum has artifacts from both battles and a partial fort on the grounds.
  227. Fort Sam Houston Museum, San Antonio, TX. Museum presents the history of Fort Sam Houston and of the US Army in San Antonio, 1845-present. Exhibits depict growth and development of the post and significant events affected by this National Historic Landmark.
  228. Fort Ward Museum and Historic Site, Alexandria, VA. Fort Ward is the best preserved of the system of forts and batteries built to protect Washington, D.C. during the American Civil War (1861-1865). Visitors can view the remains of the earthen fort, the restored Northwest Bastion, the reconstructed Officer's Hut, and museum exhibitions.
  229. Forum for Contemporary Art, St. Louis, MO. FCA is a non-profit museum dedicated to presenting and interpreting contemporary art and ideas through changing exhibitions, educational programs and public discussions.
  230. Franklin and Marshall College's North Museum, Lancaster, PA. The North Museum of Natural History and Science houses an impressive array of natural history and science collections as well as a state-of-the-art Planetarium (third largest in Pennsylvania) and several specialty areas that make learning fun for all ages!
  231. Franklin Institute Virtual Science Museum, Philadelphia. Includes virtual exhibits.
  232. Frazier Farmstead Museum, Milton-Freewater, OR. An historic farm house listed on the National Register, which depicts farm life at the turn of the century.
  233. Fred Harman Art Museum, Pagosa Springs, CO. Displays of Original Fred Harman Paintings, Red Ryder & Little Beaver Comics, Rodeo, Movie and Western Memorabilia. One of the 5 founders of the Cowboy Artists of America.
  234. Frederic Remington Art Museum, Ogdensburg, New York.
  235. Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.
  236. Frick Collection, New York, NY. Housed in the "Gilded Age" mansion of steel magnate Henry Clay Frick (1849-1919), this collection of Western fine and decorative arts from the Renaissance through the 19th century features noted works by Vermeer, Titian, Whistler, Turner, Gainsborough, Bellini, Holbein, Frangonard, Boucher, Manet, Renoir, Goya, and others. Arranged very much as it was during the residence of its original owner, the Frick offers its visitors an intimate sense of the home of a collector, and its Garden Court has been called an oasis of serenity.
  237. Friendship Fire Company Museum, Woodbury, New Jersey. The museum covers the hosiery of Friendship Fire Company and the Woodbury Fire Department dating back to 1799 and features our 1799 hand pumper and our 1911 steamer as well as other artifacts.
  238. Friendship Firehouse Museum , Alexandria, VA. Alexandria, Virginia's first fire fighting organization, established in 1774. Exhibits interpret the history of fire fighting in Alexandria.
  239. Frost Entomological Museum, State College, PA. Entomological museum with public display area and research collection (500,000 specimens) for eastern USA with additional overseas material.
  240. Gadsby's Tavern Museum, Alexandria, VA. George Washington and several other prominent individuals frequented the two taverns now known as Gadsby's Tavern Museum. Dating from 1770 and 1792, Gadsby's interprets public life in the 18th century.
  241. Gallery Mint Museum , Eureka Springs, AR. The art and history of coin-making thru the centuries.
  242. Garfield Farm and Inn Museum, St. Charles, IL. Illinois farm life in the 1800's.
  243. General Sweeny's, Republic, MO. A professionally designed museum that chronologically traces the war in the Trans-Mississippi west through thousands of artifacts.
  244. Genesee Country Museum
  245. Genoa Courthouse Museum, Genoa, NV. Housed in the oldest standing court house in the state, this museum interprets the history of Nevada's oldest settlement through exhibits of the original jail and courtroom, typical household views, Washoe Indian basket making, and the Pony Express exhibit.
  246. George E. Ohr Arts and Cultural Center , Biloxi, MS. Houses over 200 pieces of the great " Mad Potter's" best work. Web site includes information on the life and work of George Ohr. Most or all of the collections are ONLINE.
  247. George Eastman House International Museum of Photography & Film, Rochester, NY. George Eastman House is the foremost museum of photography in the world.
  248. George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum, Springfield, MA. Japanese arms and armor, Chinese cloisonne, Islamic rugs and other Asian decorative arts, as well as 19th-century American paintings and classical sculptural casts.
  249. George Westinghouse Museum, Wilmerding, PA. The George Westinghouse Museum is a memorial to George Westinghouse, his achievements and contributions to society. The Museum preserves an important part of the nation's industrial history and provides a means to share this rich heritage with present and future generations.
  250. Georgia Museum of Natural History, Athens, GA. Designated the official State museum of natural history on March 1999, the Museum includes 12 collections: Archaeology, Arthropods, Botany, Geology, Herpetology, Ichthyology, Invertebrates, Mammalogy, Mycology, Ornithology, Pollen and Plant Microspores, and Zoo archaeology. The Museums broad mission includes education, outreach, research and service.
  251. Georgia Music Hall of Fame, Macon, GA. Georgia's official state music museum dedicated to preservation, education and celebration of over 450 Georgia musicians.
  252. Georgia Rural Telephone Museum, Leslie, Georgia.
  253. Gertrude Salzer Gordon Children's Museum of La Crosse, Inc. , La Crosse, WI. To open fall 1998, the Children's Museum of La Crosse will offer three floors of interactive exhibits, a multipurpose theater, birthday party rooms, a gift shop and more. Located in a 30,000 square foot building in downtown La Crosse, WI.
  254. Gilcrease, Tulsa, OK. Gilcrease Museum possesses one of the nation's finest and most comprehensive collections of American art, artifacts, and documents. Virtually every item in the more than 360,000 -piece collection relates to the discovery, expansion, and settlement of North America, with special emphasis on the Western Frontier and American Indian material.
  255. Gillespie Co. Historical Society Pioneer Museum , Fredericksburg, TX. Located right off Fredericksburg's Main Street, The Pioneer Museum is a three acre site with 10 historic structures, that deals with the settlement and cultural history and impact of the German immigrants who founded Fredericksburg in 1846.
  256. Glencairn Museum, Bryn Athyn, PA. Glencairn Museum's mission is to educate visitors about the history of religion, using art and artifacts from a variety of cultures and time periods.
  257. Glenn H Curtiss Museum of Early Aviation, Hammondsport, NY. Hammondsport, NY is the birthplace of Glenn Curtiss, father of naval aviation; pioneer motorcyclist, aviator; home of first woman pilot; 1st NYS winery.
  258. Golden State Museum, Sacramento, CA. The Golden State Museum brings California's rich history to life with a mix of traditional exhibits and state-of-the-art technology. Multimedia exhibits tell the stories of California's people, place, promise, and politics.
  259. Gomez Mill House, Marlboro, NY. Built in 1714 by a Sephardic Jew, is the oldest extant Jewish residence in America. History continued with American Revolutionary War Patriot Farmers, statesmen, artists. Dard Hunter, handmade paper maker built third mill on property to make paper in 1913. Preserved as an historic site by Gomez Foundation. Board members are descendants of original owners. New web page. Includes more history, more pictures.
  260. Goodnow House State Historic Site, Manhattan, KS. The Goodnow family came from New England to find a new home and to keep slavery out of kansas Territory. They stayed and led in the educational development of the new state. The Goodnows founded the college that became Kansas State University.
  261. Goudreau Museum of Mathematics in Art and Science, New Hyde Park, NY. A hands-on museum of games and puzzles that involve logic, spatial visualization and patterns. The museum tries to encourage interest in mathematics to its visitors regardless of mathematical background.
  262. Grand Rapids Art Museum, Grand Rapids, MI. Changing displays of national and international artists, in addition to the permanent collection, regional artists, photography, children's, and rental/sales galleries, gift shop.
  263. Graphion's Online Type Museum History and practice of typesetting.
  264. Grassroots Art Center, Lucas, KS. Exhibits of art environments created by "outsider," self-taught artists in Kansas; includes limestone sculpture of Inez Marshall, concrete and glass work by Ed Root, metal totems by M.T. Liggett, work by Lawrence Reynolds, Herman Divers, Earl Slagle, etc.
  265. Gray Gallery of Art , New York, NY. The museum at New York University
  266. Great Explorations, The Hands On Museum, St. Petersburg, FL. Interactive museum offering hands on exhibits and family fun that teaches artistic and scientific concepts. Outreach programs and museum rentals available. Traveling exhibits available: Insect Zoo, Creatures of the Dark, Mirror Magic and Maze Mania.
  267. Great Plains Nature Center, Wichita, KS. The GPNC is a new nature education facility in northeast Wichita, Kansas, emphasizing the flora, fauna and habitats of the Great Plains.
  268. Great Valley Museum of Natural History , Modesto, CA. See, Touch, and Experience the past and present of the Great Valley region of California.
  269. Greater Lafayette Museum of Art, Lafayette Indiana. Focuses on Indiana Artists
  270. Greensboro Historical Museum, Greensboro, NC. United States history from a Piedmont North Carolina perspective, including the 1960 Sit-Ins, First Lady Dolley Madison, author O. Henry, and Civil War firearms.
  271. Greensboro Historical Museum , Greensboro, NC. The Greensboro Historical Museum presents American history from a Piedmont North Carolina perspective in 12 galleries and 2 restored houses.
  272. Grey Art Gallery, New York University, New York, NY. The Grey is NYU's fine arts museum, with 4-6 exhibitions yearly in our gallery space and 6000+ objects in our collection.
  273. Grey Art Gallery, New York University , New York, NY. The Grey is NYU's fine arts museum, with 4-6 exhibitions yearly in our gallery space and 6000+ objects in our collection.
  274. Grinter Place State Historic Site, Kansas City, KS. Moses Grinter came to Kansas long before it was a territory. He earned his livelihood by trading with the Native Americans and by operating a ferry where the military road crossed the Kansas River. Here in the 1850s he and his wife, Annie, a Delaware Indian, built a fine new house that echoed those he had known in his native Kentucky.
  275. Grout Museum District, Waterloo, IA.
  276. Guggenheim Museum, New York City. Art museum. Outposts in Bilbao, Spain and Venice.
  277. Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI. The Haggerty Museum offers an exciting range of exhibitions, from Old Master paintings to contemporary interactive art, with extensive programming for students and the community.
  278. Hagley Museum, Wilmington, DE. Hagley Museum is the original du Pont mills, estate, and gardens. On the location where E.I. du Pont began to manufacture black powder in 1802, the museum features industrial demonstrations, models and dioramas, two historic houses and a school, as well as 235 acres of scenic property along the Brandywine River.
  279. Hajicek Collection of Mormon History, Provo, UT. The largest private collection of rare Mormon artifacts and artworks in existence, with an emphasis on Mormon origins and Mormons in the Midwest.
  280. Hall of Health, Berkeley, California. Community health-education museum and science center, especially for children and families.
  281. Hallie Ford Museum of Art, Salem, Or. Situated near Willamette University, this museum features paintings by Northwest artists and a comprehensive collection of Native American basketry.
  282. Hammonds House Galleries & Resource Center OF African American Art, Atlanta, GA. Georgia's only Independent fine art museum exhibiting works of people from the African Diaspora. Nationally and internationally known established, emerging and local artists.
  283. Hancock Shaker Village, Pittsfield, MA. An original Shaker Community with 20 original/restored buildings, a working farm, only Shaker round stone barn, and a hands on Discovery Room, and current restoration of Shaker's 1860 waterpower system.
  284. Hands On Children's Museum, Olympia, Washington.
  285. Hands On! Regional Museum, Johnson City, TN. Hands On! is a museum where learning fun go hand in hand. Children can explore and discover in our over 27 permanent exhibits, like the Coal Mine, Airplane, Kinder Mart, or the Ark full of animals, then they can make a craft in the Discovery Room!
  286. Hanford Mills Museum, East Meredith, NY. A 150 year old working mill, powered by waterwheel, saws logs to lumber, grain to feed. 16 buildings include mill, historic house, railroad car, pond & trails.
  287. Harry Ransom Center for the Arts at University of Texas, Austin, TX. This collection is the finest in the area. one of the prize items is the Guttenberg Bible. The museum houses parts of the Metropolitan Museum of Art Collection on a rotation bases. The Harry Randsom Center is the areas research facility of art history.
  288. Harvard University Art Museums, . Fogg Art Museum, Busch-Reisinger Museum, Arthur M. Sackler Museum.
  289. Hastings Museum, Hastings, NE. Displays of cultural and natural history of the Great Plains. Museum, Planetarium, Discovery Center, and IMAX Theater all under one roof.
  290. Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona. Specializes in contemporary and archaeological Native American material.
  291. Heard Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary, McKinney, TX. Includes a 25,000 sq. ft. science museum, a 274 acre wildlife sanctuary, an 1,800 sq. ft. Raptor Rehabilitation Center and a 3750 sq. ft. environmental center and outdoor aquatic laboratory.
  292. Hearst Art Gallery, Saint Mary's College of California, Moraga, CA. The only accredited art museum in Contra Costa, offering diverse changing exhibitions. Permanent collection features the work of William Keith.
  293. Henry B. Plant Museum, Tampa, FL. Located in the heart of downtown Tampa, The Henry B. Plant Museum interprets the turn-of-the century 1891 Tampa Bay Hotel and the lifestyles of America's Gilded Age. The National Historic Landmark building houses opulent furnishings original to the hotel.
  294. Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village, Dearborn, Michigan. Largest US indoor/outdoor museum complex, founded by Henry Ford in 1929, presenting change and innovation in American life. The museum complex is an independent, non-profit, educational institution not affiliated with the Ford Motor Company or the Ford Foundation.
  295. Herb Lane Museum, Redding, CA. The virtual museum of the Gran Mondo Foundation.
  296. Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University.
  297. Heritage Center Museum of Lancaster County , Lancaster, PA. Collects, preserves and interprets Lancaster County decorative arts through annual exhibits, permanent collection and ongoing educational programs.
  298. Heritage Map Museum, Lititz, Pennsylvania. 15th to 19th century antique maps. Includes maps for sale.
  299. Herrett Center for Arts and Science, Twin Falls, ID. Anthropological collections emphasizing Native North, Central, and South American cultures. Contemporary art gallery and large, modern planetarium. Extensive stone tools collection.
  300. Hershey Museum, Hershey, PA. Hershey Museum explores the life of Milton Hershey, the model town, and chocolate empire he created. The Museum also contains Native American and PA German collections Milton Herhsey acquired.
  301. Hesston Steam Museum, LaPorte, Indiana.
  302. Hickory Museum of Art, Hickory, NC. Primarily collects and exhibits 19th and 20th Century American art. Excellent collection of American art pottery. Second oldest museum in North Carolina.
  303. Hidden Hills Historical Museums , Chesterfield, MA. Tour the Historical Museums of the Hidden Hills of Western Massachusetts and re-live life as it used to be in a simpler time.
  304. High Desert Museum, Bend, OR. This is an excellent presentation of NW life and history oriented to the desert area of Centran and Eastern Oregon.
  305. High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia. Includes images of contemporary art, a decorative arts collection, American and European painting, African art, folk art, and photography.
  306. Hildene, Manchester, VT. Abraham Lincoln's descendants lived until 1975 in this 24-room mansion in Manchester, VT. The interior of the home has been preserved intact with original furnishings and personal family effects. Open for tours daily mid-May through October.
  307. Hiller Aviation Museum , San Carlos, CA. Emphasis is on the aviation history of northern California with displays of early Hiller helicopters and other historically significant aircraft of N. California.
  308. Hillwood Museum & Gardens, Washington, DC. Former estate of Marjorie Merriweather Post with 13 acres of formal gardens. Museum displays extensive collections of Russian Imperial and French Decorative arts.
  309. Historic Alexandria, Virginia, Alexandria, VA. Historic Alexandria includes the Alexandria Archaeology Museum, Alexandria Black History Research Center, FOrt Ward Museum and Historic Site, Friendship Firehouse Museum, Gadsby's Tavern Museum, The Lyceum, and the Torpedo Factory Art Center. Its web site includes teaching tools, kids' activities, and information on research and historic preservation.
  310. Historic Deerfield, Deerfield, MA. Historic Deerfield is a museum of New England history and culture.
  311. Historic Hudson Valley
  312. Historic Latta Plantation, Huntersville, NC. Living history cotton plantation, ca. 1800, illustrates the lifestyles of planters, slaves, yeoman farmers, merchants, and artisans living in back country North Carolina.
  313. Historic Lyme Village, Bellevue, OH. A historical village of relocated buildings, housing artifacts from early 1800's to the present.
  314. Historic New Orleans Collection, Louisiana. Promoting the study of Louisiana history through the Williams Research Center, museum exhibitions, publications and house museum; located in the historic French Quarter of New Orleans.
  315. Historic Northampton A museum of regional and local history in the heart of the Connecticut River Valley of western Massachusetts.
  316. Historic St. Mary's City, St. Mary's City, MD. Outdoor living history and archaeology museum at the site of Maryland's 17th-century capital. Exhibit areas include a working tobacco plantation, a Woodland Indian Hamlet, a square rigged ship, the Maryland Dove, and ongoing archaeological excavations
  317. Historical Museum of Southern Florida, Miami.
  318. Historical Society of Berks County Pennsylvania, Reading, PA. A collection of items illustrating the rich cultural heritage of Berks County Pennsylvania.
  319. Historical Speech Collection at Webcorp. Includes Richard Nixon audio archive, Joe McCarthy, Chamberlain, Hitler, and the civil rights era. See also History Museum of Santa Cruz County, California.
  320. History Museums of San Jose , San Jose, CA. The San Jose Historical Museum of more than 20 building recreates San Jose CA in 1870 - 1910. An historic site in downtown San Jose features the Peralta Adobe, the last remaining adobe from the 1777 pueblo of San Jose, and the Fallon House (1855), the residence of San Jose's seventh mayor, Thomas Fallon.
  321. Hofstra Museum, Hempstead, NY. The Hofstra Museum, at Hofstra University, is committed to the collection, study, interpretation, conservation and exhibition of objects with aesthetic and cultural value. The Museum's permanent collection includes paintings, sculptures, works on paper, decorative arts, and ethnographic objects of African, Asian and pre-Columbian origin.
  322. Honolulu Academy of Art, Honolulu, HI. Founded early this century, ancient, modern, oriental.
  323. Honolulu Community College Dinosaur exhibit
  324. Horn Archaeological Museum, Berrien Springs, MI. The Museum conserves and exhibits material remains illustrating ancient Biblical cultures.
  325. Houdini Museum, Scranton, PA. World's only museum entirely devoted to Houdini. Largest collection on public view. Tours, magic shows, virtual and real museum.
  326. Houston Museum of Natural Science, Houston, TX.
  327. Hubert H. Humphrey Museum & Learning Center, Waverly, MN. Dedicated to Vice President/Senator Humphrey, a native of Waverly, Minn.
  328. Hudson Valley Children's Museum, Nyack, New York. A new hands-on museum for children aged 1-12,
  329. Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens, San Marino, California.
  330. Idaho Black History Museum, Boise, ID. Located in historic St. Paul Baptist Church in Julia Davis Park, the Idaho Black History Museum serves to educated on Blacks in the history of Idaho, the Western US, and the USA through educational displays and cultural awareness events.
  331. Idaho Museum of Natural History, Pocatello, ID. Natural history museum covering the geology, Native Americans, wildlife, nature of Idaho. Sponsors and displays traveling exhibits from around the world.
  332. Illinois Amish Interpretive Center, Arcola, IL. Many exhibits of artifacts from Illinois Amish portray history, faith, and life style of Old Order Amish. Changing exhibits depict various aspects of Amish and Mennonite history, art, and culture.
  333. Illinois State Museum, Springfield. Natural history, anthropology, art, and natural/cultural history of Illinois.
  334. Imagination Station Science Museum, Wilson, NC. Imagination Station (Science Museums of Wilson, NC)- hands on science exhibits for the family; a place where science learning is fun!
  335. Imgisphere Children's Museum, Bedford, TX. A hands-on, educational museum for children.
  336. Impress 5 Science Center, Lansing, Michigan. Hands-on science and technology center.
  337. Indian Temple Mound Museum, Fort Walton Beach, FL. Located in the heart of downtown Fort Walton Beach, The Indian Temple Mound Museum has a collection of artifacts from the local area. Covers prehistoric, contact, Civil War and settler time periods.
  338. Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame, New Castle, Indiana.
  339. Indiana Transportation Museum, Noblesville, IN. Fully operational trains - NKP 587 Steam Locomotive, Monon Diesel Electric Locomotives. Open from April to November.
  340. Indiana University Art Museum, Bloomington, IN. Since its founding in 1941, the museum has grown to include over 30,000 objects.
  341. Indiana University Art Museum
  342. Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indiana.
  343. Institute of American Indian Arts and Culture Museum , Santa Fe, NM. Contemporary Native American artwork from across the country. The IAIA Museum is the holder of the National Contemporary Native American Art Collection, and the only art museum in the country dedicated to contemporary Native American art.
  344. Institute of Egyptian Art and Archeology, Memphis. See Egyptian artifacts exhibit.
  345. Institute of Texan Cultures, San Antonio, TX. The Institute of Texan Cultures is a university educational center dedicated to enhancing the understanding of the history and diverse cultures of Texas through exhibits, programs, and publications that encourage acceptance and appreciation of our differences as well as our common humanity.
  346. Intel Museum, Santa Clara, California. Computer chip manufacturer.
  347. International Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame, St. Louis, MO. Three-story, 50,000 square foot museum located across from Busch Stadium. 5000 year history of bowling, eight working bowling lanes, various halls of fame, research.
  348. International Museum of Cartoon Art, Boca Raton, FL. World's largest collection of original cartoon and comic strip art (over 165,000 pieces of art). Founded by Mort Walker (of Beetle Bailey and Hi & Lois). PEANUTS (Snoopy & Gang), GARFIELD and many more "mainstream" cartoon and comic strips are represented at the Museum. First and only place where Disney and Looney Tunes characters have been "blended" in displays under one roof.
  349. International Museum of the Horse, Lexington, Ky. History, special exhibitions, etc. Over 300 on-line pages.
  350. International Sport Aviation Museum (ISAM), Lakeland, FL. The international Sport Aviation Museum plays a vital roll in the advancement of aviation technology and research. ISAM serves as a tribute to those who have shaped our aviation history and stands as a challenge to all who follow.
  351. International Wildlife Museum, Tucson, AZ. Mammals, birds, insects, from around the world. Hands-on exhibits, interactive computers, pre-historic mammals. Tucson's Interactive Natural History Museum.
  352. International Women's Air & Space Museum
  353. Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum, New York, NY. Aircraft Carrier USS Intrepid - New York City
  354. Inventure Place, Akron, Ohio. The National Inventors Hall of Fame.
  355. Iowa Great Lakes Maritime Museum, Arnolds Park, IA. Dedicated to the collection, preservation and presentation of the nautical history of Lake Okoboji, the Iowa Great Lakes and Midwestern lakes in general.
  356. Iowa State University Museums, Ames, IA. Consists of Iowa State's Brunnier Art Museum and Gallery (decorative), the Farm House Museums (historic), and Art in State Buildings (campus/public art). The Brunnier exhibits temporary exhibits and items from permanent collection, the Farm House is a historical site with antique items, AiBS features art done for buildings on campus (sculptures, murals, etc.). All are free of charge.
  357. Irish American Heritage Museum, Albany , NY. The only chartered museum of its kind collecting and exhibiting the story of Irish heritage in America.
  358. Ironwood Area Historical Society, Ironwood, MI. Located in the historic train depot, built in 1893. History from the beginning of the town, including mining, logging and trains.
  359. Isamu Noguchi Garden Museum, Long Island City, NY. The Isamu Noguchi Garden Museum was created by the Japanese-American sculptor Isamu Noguchi (1904-1988), and displays more than 300 of his works in a converted factory building and outdoor sculpture garden. The museum is located across the East River from Manhattan.
  360. J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, CA. Getty Museum collections, history, vistor services and information.
  361. James & Meryl Hearst Center for the Arts, Cedar Falls, IA. A municipal arts center presenting visual, literary and performing arts events. Opened in May of 1989, exploring connections between the arts and focusing on regional art and artists.
  362. James A. Michener Art Museum, Doylestown, PA. Exquisitely renovated historic site with collection of 19th and 20th-century American art, Pennsylvania Impressionists and changing exhibitions. Beautiful gardens, Outdoor Sculpture, Museum Shop, Espresso Cafe. Group rates available. Motor coach friendly. AAA & AARP discounts.
  363. James Dean Memorial Gallery, Fairmount, Indiana. Includes is a virtual tour of the seven room exhibit along with other pertinant information
  364. James Madison Museum, Orange, Virginia.
  365. James Madison Museum, Orange, VA. Museum dedicated to James Madison, 4th President of the United States and Father of the Consitution.
  366. Jewish Historical Society of Maryland, Baltimore, MD. Includes the Lloyd Street Synagogue (1845) and the B'nai Israel Synagogue (1876). The research library and museum collections are devoted to the history of Maryland's Jewish community. Genealogical research is available by mail.
  367. Jewish-American Hall of Fame (Division of Magnes Museum), Berkeley, CA. Each year since 1969 a notable person has been inducted into the Jewish-American Hall of Fame, and medals are issued in his or her honor. Honorees include Albert Einstein, Benny Goodman, George Gershwin, Barbra Streisand, Harry Houdini, etc. The Jewish-American Hall of Fame is celebrating its 30th anniversary in 1999. Its medals have been a successful outreach program, bringing the Hall of Fame into thousands of homes throughout the US and around the world.
  368. Jimmy Stewart Museum, Indiana, Pennsylvania. Based at the actor's birthplace. See virtual tour.
  369. Johnson County Museum of History, Shawnee, KS. Nationally recognized exhibit, "Seeking the Good Life," looks at the growth of suburban communities, using Johnson County, Kansas and Kansas City, Missouri as case studies.
  370. Johnstown Flood Museum, Johnstown, PA. This museum tells the shocking story of the 1889 Johnstown flood, the worst man-made disaster in U.S. history.
  371. Joseph Moore Museum, Richmond, IN. Located on the Earlham College campus, the Joseph Moore Museum originated as a teaching museum. It has an excellent collection of pre-historic mammal fossils, including a giant sloth, a dire wolf, a giant beaver, and a mastodon. In addition, an allosaurus skeleton and an Egyptian mummy are located there.
  372. Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, NE. Wide collection of art from Europe and U.S. Among others, Monet, Manet Renoir and Degas are represented here.
  373. Judah L. Magnes Museum, Berkeley, CA. The third largest Jewish museum in the U.S.
  374. Juniata College Museum of Art, Huntingdon, PA. Permanent collection of Old Master through 19th-Century paintings, prints, drawings (particularly Hudson River School) and temporary exhibitions; housed in a historic Carnegie Library (1906).
  375. Junior Museum of Bay County , Panama City, Florida. The mission of the Junior Museum of Bay County is to inspire and educate children through interactive exhibits and programs focusing on science, history, cultural studies, and the environment.
  376. Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Kalamazoo, MI. Located in Southwest Michigan, the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts was established in 1924 with the primary mission to offer accessible art classes to the community and provide a lace for appreciation of the visual arts through exhibitions, lectures and other special events. The present building constructed in 1961 was designed by Skimore, Owings & Merrill and houses a collection of more than 3,000 objects.
  377. Kansas City Museum, Kansas city, MO. The museum features science and regional history exhibits, a natural history hall, planetarium and the Challenger Learning Center. Special programming and traveling exhibits provide ongoing learning experiences for the whole family
  378. Kansas History Center and Kansas Museum of History Also see their Native American Heritage Museum State Historic Site.
  379. Kansas Museum of History, Topeka, KS. Extensive site offering exhibits and collections tracing Kansas history from prehistoric times to the present day. An Atchison,Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad locomotive highlights the Main Gallery of the Kansas Museum of History. Built in 1984, the museum holds more than 22,000 square feet of exhibits about Kansas's colorful past. You'll see a full-sized Cheyenne tipi, covered wagon, log house, and a 1911 airplane manufactured and flown in the state. The Special Exhibits Gallery features changing exhibits on special topics dealing with Kansas and the American West.
  380. Kansas museums, a listing.
  381. Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, NY. The Katonah Museum of Art is located in Westchester, NY and offers various collections throughout the year.
  382. Kaw Mission State Historical Site, Council Grove, KS. One of many state historical museums in the state of Kansas.
  383. Kell House Museum, Wichita Falls, TX. 1909 National register home that belonged to one of the founding fathers of Wichita Falls, TX.
  384. Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, University of Michigan.
  385. Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, MO. Kansas City's free contemporary art museum, the Kemper Museum boasts a rapidly growing permanent collection of modern and contemporary works of artists from around the world, working in all media. The Museum offers 10-12 exhibitions per year and creative programs to entertain and challenge. The Museum Shop and Cafe Sebastienne (named "Best Meal of the Year" by daily newspaper, Kansas City Star) are additional draws.
  386. Kendall Whaling Museum, Sharon, MA 02067. International collection covers more than ten centuries of art. Twelve of the world's most beautiful maritime galleries house a fine collection of nautical art, history, and ethnology celebrating the age-old human fascination with whales.
  387. Kennedy Space Center NASA.
  388. Kennesaw Civil War Museum, Kennesaw, Georgia. Or read the story of the Great Locomotive Chase
  389. Kenneth G. Fiske Museum of Musical Instruments, Claremont Colleges, Claremont, CA. An eclectic museum of over 1,200 musical instruments made in Europe, America, Asia, Africa, the Middle East, the Caribbean, the South Pacific, and Australia dating from the 17th through the 20th centuries. Instrument types include keyboards, brass, woodwind, stringed, percussion, mechanical, and electronic.
  390. Kentucky Folk Art Center, Morehead, KY. The Kentucky Folk Art Center is a cultural and educational service of Morehead State University which includes the Kentucky Folk Art Museum, a gallery for rotating shows, a museum store, and a library.
  391. Kewaunee County Historical Museum, Kewaunee, WI. Kewaunee County Museum and Old Jail, located in Kewaunee, Wisconsin. It is open 7 days a week from 10:30 am - 4:30 pm. Admission fee charged. It is the last jail of its kind, dungeon style still in existence in the United States.
  392. Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, Texas.
  393. Kingston Trolley Museum of New York, New York. Antique trolleys, ride along the majestic Hudson River.
  394. Klyne Esopus Historical Society Museum, Ulster Park, NY. The official local history and genealogy repository for the Township of Esopus, Ulster County, NY. 1608 - WWII
  395. Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville, TN. Regional museum featuring notable traveling exhibits and rotating permanent collections. Noted museum architect Edward Larrabee Barnes designed this Tennessee pink marble building features five galleries.
  396. Kohl Children's Museum, Wilmette, IL. A hands on interactive, constructivist type museum that is geared for the family with children from birth through age 8.
  397. Korean War Veterans National Museum and Library, Tuscola, Illinois. Web site for proposed for a national Korean War museum which plans to open its doors to the general public on June 25, 2000, the 50th anniversary of the beginning of the Korean War.
  398. Krannert Art Museum, Champaign, IL. University of Illinois at Urbana
  399. Kreeger Museum, Washington, DC. The Kreeger Museum displays 19th and 20th century art in a building designed by noted American architect Philip Johnson. The collection includes works by Monet, Picasso, Miro, and Stella.
  400. L.C. Bates Museum, Hinckley, ME. THe L.C.Bates Museum is a early 20th century natural history and cultural museum.
  401. La Salle University Art Museum, Philadelphia, PA. The La Salle University Art Museum is the only college or university museum in the Philadelphia area with a permanent exhibition of Western art from the Renaissance to present times.
  402. La Vegas Natural History Museum, Las Vegas, NV.
  403. Lafayette Natural History Museum & Planetarium, Lafayette, LA. The Lafayette Natural History Museum & Planetarium exists to encourage the discovery and understanding of the natural world, the universe, and the role of humans within them. Exhibits and planetarium programs change regularly. Collections include cultural artifacts of South Louisiana, Louisiana landscape paintings, astrological materials, and meteorites and tektites
  404. Lake Hopatcong Historical Museum, Lake Hopatcong, NJ. An entertaining and enlightening look at the history of New Jersey's largest lake.
  405. Lakeview Museum of Arts & Sciences, Peoria, IL. The largest private museum in downstate Illinois features changing art and science exhibitions, along with a permanent Children's Discovery Center and Illinois Folk Art Gallery featuring Illinois River decoys and Illinois Jacquard coverlets. The Planetarium offers shows weekends and some weekdays in the summer. Call 309/686-7000 for gallery information and 309/686-NOVA for Planetarium schedules.
  406. Lanesfield School Historic Site, Edgerton, KS. 1869 limestone school listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Fun learning experience for children. Visitors Center and Museum Store.
  407. Las Vegas Art Museum, Las Vegas, NV. "Paradise Lust," large paintings by Suz Brna (Las Vegas) and Zara Kriegstein (Santa Fe), including Kriegstein's 32-foot "Amnesty Mural," thru Nov. 30; "Palm Springs Painters," first-time museum exhibition of work by Zinda Hogue and Cynthia Cole, thru Nov. 30; "Fall Art Roundup," annual LVAM competition, juried by Domenic Cretara, thru Nov. 30; "Lifetime Retrospective Exhibition," 30 pieces in marble and bronze by New York sculptor Essie Pinsker, with new LVAM's first published catalogue, thru Jan. 10; "Desert Sculptors," works by 25 southern Nevada sculptors, continuing.
  408. Las Vegas Art Museum, Las Vegas, NV. Homepage of the Las Vegas Art Museum of Nevada.
  409. LaSalle University Art Museum, Philadelphia, PA. The La Salle University Art Museum is the only college or university museum in the Philadelphia area with a permanent exhibition of Western art from the Renaissance to present times.
  410. Laserium, Boston/Denver/Los Angeles/San Francisco.
  411. Latin American Collection of the Jack S. Blanton Museum of Art, Austin, TX. Formerly the Archer M. Huntington Art Gallery. Largest Latin American Art Collection in the USA. James & Mari Michener Collection of Twentieth Century American Art. 13,000 works and a premium Prints & Drawings Collection.The Westerrn American Art collection of C.R. Smith.
  412. Laumeier Sculpture Park and Museum, St. Louis, MO. LSP is a 96 acre contemporary sculpture park and museum specializing in contemporary sculpture, art in nature sculpture, experimental programs for adults and children. Currently launching a new sculpture garden for children. Artists include: David Nash, Alexander Liberman, Vito Acconci, Mary Miss, Jackie Feerrara, Richard Hunt, Ursula Von Rydingsvard and Niki De. St. Phalle. Full exhibition schedule, Mother's Day Juried Art Fair, Summer Art Camp, Winter Solstice Program.
  413. Lawrence Hall of Science, Berkeley, CA. Lawrence Hall of Science (LHS) is the public science museum and research center for K-12 education at the University of California, Berkeley. LHS offers hands-on science exhibits, discovery laboratories, computer labs, planetarium shows, after-school classes and summer camps, family workshops, special events, school programs and teacher education. Science and mathematics teaching materials and curricula developed at LHS are used in schools across the U.S. and worldwide.
  414. Le Sueur County Historical Society Museum , Elysian, MN. Top rated Minnesota museum with large art, religious, and Native American collections.
  415. Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Wausau, WI. The Woodson Art Museum invites you to discover and enjoy the world art via changing exhibitions and sculpture garden.
  416. Liberace Museum, Las Vegas, NV.
  417. Liberty Bell Memorial Museum, Melbourne, FL. Centerpiece of the museum is a full-sized replica of the Liberty Bell. Also contains many copies of historical documents, military uniforms and war memorabilia. Building is a converted water tank from the 1920s. There are also collections of model war planes, war ships, and of course American flags of every era of American history. Paintings and photos of presidents and historic events and sites line the walls
  418. Library of Congress, Washington DC. On-line exhibits.
  419. Lightner Museum, St. Augustine, FL. Splendors from the Gilded Age cut glass, Victorian art glass, furnishings, costumes, mechanical musical instruments.
  420. Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial, Lincoln City, Indiana.
  421. Lincoln Museum, Fort Wayne, Indiana.
  422. Lindsay Wildlife Museum, Walnut Creek, CA. Lindsay Wildlife Museum houses one of the nation's oldest and largest wildlife rehabilitation hospitals, and exhibits over 100 non-releasable live native animals.
  423. Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA. The Long Beach Museum of Art - a 1912 house perched on a bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean -- featuring changing exhibitions of modern and contemporary art.
  424. Long Island Children's Museum, Garden City, NY. The Long Island Children's Museum is a learning laboratory where hands-on exhibits invite children and their grownups to experiment, examine, play and share in the excitement of the learning process as they explore the world in which we live.
  425. Longview Museum of Fine Arts , Longview, TX. Visit the LMFA site to find out when exhibits and activities are planned. The museum will eventually have all its permanent collection on-line for viewing.
  426. Longyear Museum, Brookline, MA. Collection on Mary Baker Eddy's life and achievements, founder of Christian Science. Museum and six historic sites.
  427. Loren Adams Museum of Fine Art, Lahaina, HI. Collection of original oil paintings, watercolors, drawings, designs and object d'art.
  428. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, California. LACMA's permanent collection includes more than 110,000 works spanning the history of art from ancient times to the present, making it the premier encyclopedic visual arts museum in the western United States. It also offers outstanding special exhibitions, lectures, classes and family activates.
  429. Los Angeles museums, a listing.
  430. Lost City Museum, Overton, NV.
  431. Loudoun Museum, Leesburg, VA. Loudoun Museum chronicles the growth of this history rich county from its Native American inhabitants to the present. Included is a series of letters written in the 1830's between freed slaves who immigrated to Liberia and their former masters in Virginia, the full text available on-line.
  432. Louis Armstrong House and Archives, New York City, NY. The Louis Armstrong Archives contains Louis's vast personal collection of home recorded tapes, manuscripts, scrapbooks, photos, etc. The Louis Armstrong House is a national historic landmark.
  433. Louisiana Children's Museum, New Orleans, LA. Located within easy walking distance of the Mississippi River and French Quarter, the Louisiana Children's Museum offers interactive adventures for children and adults. Highlights include a supermarket, Kids' Cafe, where children can serve "meals" to their parents, and Art Trek. LCM offers many special art workshops for children of all ages.
  434. Louisiana Museum of Military History, Lafayette, LA. The Louisiana Museum of Military History is a hands on museum of Military equipment. It has 25,000 sq ft of indoor exhibits. Including Tanks Jeeps Helicopters weapons and article of clothing from WWI, WWII, Vietnam and Desert Storm!
  435. Louisiana State Museum, New Orleans, LA. The museum contains over 75,000 artifacts related to the history and culture of the State of Louisiana. It maintains ten properties around the State.
  436. Louisville Science Center, Louisville, KY. A hands-on science center with interactive exhibitions, an IMAX theater and educational programs both on-site and through distance-learning facilities. Our goal is to make learning about science, math and technology exciting for people of all ages, interests and abilities.
  437. Lower East Side Tenement Museum , New York, NY. Please supply a sentence or two about the museum. (Long statements may be mercilessly edited).
  438. LSU Museum of Natural Science , Baton Rouge, LA. LSU's Museum of Natural Science is both a research collection and an educational museum. Take a tour of our public exhibits and see what research goes on behind the scenes.
  439. Mackinac State Historic Parks, Mackinac Island, Mackinaw City and Lansing, MI. Colonial Michilimackinac (National Landmark) 1715, Fort Mackinac (National Landmark) 1780, Historic Mill Creek (Michigan State Register Site) 1790, and Mackinac Island State Park, located at the Straits of Mackinac, Michigan, the juncture of Lakes Michigan and Huron
  440. Magic Lantern Castle Museum, San Antonio, TX. Museum and library dedicated solely to the history of the magic lantern .
  441. Mai Wah Society Museum, Butte, MT. Exhibits at the Mai Wah, located in historic buildings in what is left from one of the frontier West's largest Chinatowns, preserve and interpret the important role played by Asian immigrants in the settlement of Butte, Montana and the Rocky Mountain West.
  442. Maine Aquarium
  443. Maine Archives and Museums, ME. A statewide organization with over 300 museums, archives, historic sites and libraries
  444. Maine Archives and Museums A statewide organization with over 300 museums, archives, historic sites and libraries listed in our interactive database.
  445. Mann Museum and Outdoors, Opelika, AL. Over 250 (and growing!) exhibits of North American large animals including bear, deer, caribou, moose, Alaskan game fish, fossils, and artifacts. 3-sided viewing and hands-on displays. Nature trail.
  446. Marais des Cygnes Massacre State Historic Site, Pleasanton, KS. Signage marks the location where in a shallow ravine eleven men were gunned down by border ruffians in 1858. Five died. This was one in a long line of bloody incidents that occurred along the border between Kansas and Missouri until well after the Civil War. The site also includes a museum store.
  447. Marine Museum at Fall River, Fall River, MA. Contains models and exhibits pertaining to some of the earliest "floating palaces", and the world's largest R.M.S. Titanic exhibit.
  448. Maritime Museum Resources Robert H. Smith's Master Index of North American Internet Maritime Museum Resources
  449. Martha Berry Museum, Rome, Georgia. focusing on the life and accomplishments of Martha Berry, the founder of Berry College (the largest campus in the world, encompassing more than 28,000 acres
  450. Maryhill Museum of Art, Goldendale, Wa. The mission of Maryhill Museum of Art is to serve as an inspiring force for the advancement of art and history while preserving and building upon the Museum's unique legacy.
  451. Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, MD. Founded in 1844, the Maryland Historical Society is a museum and library of cultural history that preserves, interprets and collects objects and materials reflecting Maryland's diverse heritage.
  452. Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center, Mashantucket, CT.
  453. Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center, Mashantucket, CT. Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center serves as a major resource for scholars and the general public on Native American histories and cultures, and is one of the most innovative and comprehensive centers of its kind in the United States. This Museum is dedicated to the History and Cultures of the Native North American opened in August of 1998.
  454. Masonic Library and Museum of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA. One of the finest collections of Masonic art, collectibles and books in the world, located in a building which, in itself, is a functioning meeting center with meeting rooms decorated in a variety of classic architectural syles.
  455. Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA)
  456. Mattatuck Museum, Waterbury, CT. The Mattatuck Museum presents the work of major artists who have been active in CT over the last 200 years. In addition, the museum exhibits the social history of the Naugatuck Valley, with special emphasis on the brass industry and labor and ethnic history.
  457. McCabe Powers Historical Museum, St. Louis, MO. A historical look at the McCabe Powers Body Company. It started out in 1869 building wagons and ended in 1982, building utility trucks.
  458. McCarran Aviation Heritage Museum, Las Vegas, NV.
  459. McClung Museum, University of Tennessee, Knoxville TN. Collections in anthropology, archaeology, decorative arts, medicine, local history, and natural history. Exhibits document Tennessee's art, culture, geology, history, and technologies
  460. McFaddin-Ward House, Beaumont, TX. Beaux-Arts Colonial style home circa 1906. Home of first oil family of Texas. Continuously occupied by the family for 75 years. Houses an intact collection.
  461. McKissick Museum, Columbia, SC. General university museum with rotating exhibits in the areas of art, history, natural science, and material culture. Collections include over 100,000 objects in ceramics, sweetgrass baskets, political history memorabilia art glass, silver, fossils, gems & minerals, shells, furniture, etc., important to the regional culture and history.
  462. Mead Art Museum, Amherst, MA. The Mead Art Museum houses the art collections of Amherst College, some 14,000 works acquired since 1839. It includes one of the nation's finest collegiate collections of American art, also European art, photography, and Japanese prints. Site features several virtual exhibitions
  463. Meadowcroft Museum of Rural Life, Pennsylvania, PA.
  464. Medina Railroad Museum, Medina, NY. Railroad artifacts, memorabilia and scale models depict history of railroading. Housed in largest wood frame freight depot built by NYC&HRR in 1905. Has excursion train rides.
  465. Meigs County Historical Society Museum, Pomeroy, OH. The museum presents Meigs County history through exhibits and displays and houses a comprehensive research libary for county history and genealogy.
  466. Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester.
  467. Memphis Museum System, Memphis, TN. The Memphis Museum System, a wide-ranging collection of historic, educational, and technological attractions are maintained by the City of Memphis, Tennessee and Memphis Museums, Inc. Some of the finest attractions and exhibits in the country are operated by the Museum System, including the Pink Palace Museum, the Union Planters IMAX Theater, the Sharpe Planetarium, and the historic Mallory-Neely and Magevney Houses.
  468. Menil Collection, Houston, Texas. Antiquities, African, oceanic, modern and contemporary painting and sculpture.
  469. Merry-Go-Round Museum, Sandusky, OH. Located in historic building downtown, exhibits change periodically (usually showing a certain theme), operating carousel in center of building. Put a smile on your face; enjoy art, history, and entertainment in one location!
  470. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City. The Met. One of the largest art museums in the world.
  471. Miami Art Museum, Miami, FL. Miami Art Museum exhibits, collects, preserves and interprets international art of the western hemisphere. The focus is on works from the 1940s to the present, complemented by art from other eras for historical perspective.
  472. Miami Museum of Science, Florida.
  473. Michael C. Carlos Museum, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia. Ancient Americas, Egypt and Near East; prints and drawings; Asia; Greece and Rome; sub-Saharan African.
  474. Michigan Historical Museum, Lansing. Includes information on a number of Michigan Historical Center satellite sites.
  475. Milam County, Texas War Memorial, Cameron, TX. Monument erected to honor the men from Milam County, Texas who have died in the four wars (World War I, World War II, Korean War & Vietnam War).
  476. Milton House Museum Historic Site, Milton, WI. The oldest poured "grout" (concrete) building in the U.S., an 1844 Stagecoach Inn and a stop on the Underground Railroad.
  477. Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, WI. Established in 1888, the Milwaukee Art Museum features 20,000 works from ancient objects to recent art. A 125,000-square-foot, $50 million building expansion project is underway, designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava.
  478. Milwaukee Public Museum , Milwaukee, WI. A natural history museum since 1882 . Tour 150,000 square feet of exhibit space with exhibits highlighting Africa, Asia, Europe, the Arctic, South America and Middle America, the Pacific Islands and a Costa Rican rain forest. Take a step back in time to the turn-of the-century exhibit, Streets of Old Milwaukee, and to ancient Mediterranean civilizations. Or take a giant leap back more than 65 million years to the dinosaur hall and see the world's largest-known dinosaur skill and life-size Tyrannosaurus rex.
  479. Mindport Exhibits, Bellingham, WA. A hands-on discovery museum appropriate for all ages.
  480. Mine Creek Battlefield State Historic Site, Pleasanton, KS. historic walking trail with signage guides visitors through the site of Mine Creek Battlefield. During the Civil War a large body of Union cavalry swept down on the rear of Confederate General Sterling Price's supply train that was returning south after a long raid through Missouri and Kansas. In a short battle that was part of a day-long skirmish, the Confederate troops were thrown into disarray and a portion of the train was destroyed. A visitor's center will be opened in 1998 providing guided tours, exhibits, and meeting facilities.
  481. Mineral County Museum, Hawthorne, NV. The Mineral County Museum features displays covering local history from fossils to 1930's clothing and Cars. With lots of great things from in between.
  482. Mingei International Museum, San Diego, CA. The official Mingei International Museum of World Folk Arts and Crafts presents an extensive photo collection of current and past exhibitions.
  483. Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minnesota. Fine arts museum.
  484. Minnesota Children's Museum , St. Paul, MN. Minnesota Children's Museum is at the heart of where fun meets learning. Children ages 6 months through 10 years and their adult guests can explore six galleries packed with extraordinary hands-on adventures.
  485. Minnesota History Center, St. Paul, MN. The Minnesota History Center Museum features a wide variety of the Minnesota Historical Society's collections, including a 24-ton boxcar, voyageur canoe, Tiffany glass and Will Steger's Antarctica expedition equipment. Headquarters of the Society, the History Center also houses a research center, museum stores and a cafe.
  486. Minnesota Museum of American Art, Saint Paul, MN. Permanent collection features over 3,000 works of American Art beginning in the early 20th century, MMAA also hosts special exhibitions of American art.
  487. Minnesota State University EMuseum, Mankato, MN. The EMuseum is an integrated, educational resource whose displays are primarily focussed in cultural anthropology, physical anthropology, archaeology and history.
  488. Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, North Carolina.
  489. Miracle of America Museum and Pioneer Village, Polson, MT. Miracle of America Museum, Polson, MT, is "The Smithsonian of the West." It's western Montana's largest museum with over 100,000 items, "From the walking plow to walking on the Moon."
  490. Mission San Juan Capistrano, San Capistrano, CA.
  491. Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson, MS. The Mississippi Museum of Art is home to the world's largest collection of art by and relating to Mississippians and their culturally diverse heritage. The Museum also offers a balanced program of works by artists of regional, national and international significance.
  492. MIT Museum, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
  493. Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth , Fort Worth, TX. Oldest art museum in Texas exhibiting modern and contemporary American and European painting, sculpture, works on paper and photography. Most or all of the collections are ONLINE.
  494. Modern Fresco Gallery, Los Angeles, CA. Modern Fresco Gallery - Internet presentation of The True Fresco Studio/Gallery. Buon (true) Fresco technique, Fresco projects around the world directory, picture gallery, fresco painting news, documentary.
  495. Mohave Museum of History and Arts, Kingman, AZ. Founded in 1960, the Mohave Museum of History and Arts is dedicated to preserving and presenting the heritage of Northwestern Arizona.
  496. Mojave River Valley Museum , Barstow, CA. Dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the scientific, historical and cultural heritage of the Mojave River Valley, from the arrival of Father Garces in 1776 on through pathfinders, pioneers, and miners up to present space exploration. Actual artifacts from the famous Calico Early Man site are on display. Other displays include 19th century miming, gemstones & minerals, railroads, automotive, local History including the first radio station on the high desert and the famed headless horsemen found in 1965.
  497. Molly Brown House Museum, Denver, CO. A a Victorian house, once the residence of Molly Brown, a survivor of the Titanic accident.
  498. MoMA, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY. An award-winning site that offers general information about the Museum's exhibitions listings, interactive sub sites, a preview of collections and more.
  499. Monarch Art Gallery, Victor, Colorado.
  500. Monroe County Historical Museum, Monroe, MI. Contains the world's largest collection of General George A. Custer artifacts.
  501. Montana East
  502. Monticello, Home of Thomas Jefferson, Charlottesville, VA. Monticello is the mountaintop house and plantation home of Thomas Jefferson. Designed by Jefferson, the home and gardens reflect the multi-faceted genius of our third president. A guided or self-paced tour of Mulberry Row, the main plantation "street," teaches much about slavery and African- American life at Monticello.
  503. Montshire Museum of Science, Norwich, Vermont. Hands-on museum on natural and physical sciences, ecology, and technology.
  504. Morikami, Delray Beach, FL. An exhibition of quality depicting the Japanese settlement of South Florida in the early 1900's. Culture, art, horticulture, and history.
  505. Morris Museum, Morristown, NJ. An Art and Natural History Museum located in the heart of Morris County, NJ
  506. Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, GA. The only museum dedicated entirely to Southern art and artists. Houses the Center for the Study of Southern Painting.
  507. Morse Museum, Winter Park, FL. Tiffany Collection.
  508. Moshe Rynecki: 1881-1943, www, CA. Rynecki was a Jewish artist who was deported in early 1943 to Majdanek, where he died. Some of his paintings (mostly in watercolor and oil) survived the Holocaust. The paintings that survived display scenes in synagogues, scenes from daily life, and scenes from the Holocaust. This is a VIRTUAL museum.
  509. Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum, Pickerington, OH.
  510. Motts Military Museum, Groveport, OH. This museum preserves, promotes, and educates the public on America's military past. From the Revolution to Desert Storm the museum houses over 10,000 artifacts relating to the military history of the United States.
  511. Motts Miniatures Museum, Buena Park, California.
  512. Mount Vernon, Virginia. The home of the first US President, George Washington.
  513. Mt. Healthy Historical Museum, Mt. Healthy/Cincinnati area, OH. Museum has artifacts and papers on history of Mt. Pleasant, later Mt. Healthy area. Artifacts include household, children's and workmen's items. (Long statements may be mercilessly edited).
  514. Muscarelle Museum of Art, Williamsburg, VA. The Muscarelle Museum of Art on the campus of the College of William and Mary is a public institution accredited by the American Association of Museums. It houses a permanent collection of over 3500 art objects and hosts national traveling exhibitions.
  515. MUSEE (Museums and Universities Supporting Educational Enrichment, Inc.), Philadelphia, PA. MUSEE's Web site links to over 2500 museums around the world and provides a Direct Link feature allowing visitors to go directly to Travel/Visitor Information, Visual Content, Research Materials, Educational Materials and Museum Shops.
  516. Musee Conti Wax Museum , New Orleans, LA.
  517. Museo Castillo Serralles, Ponce, PR. The Ponce Museum of Art at present has an outstanding exhibit of Renoir works of art; one of only two museums in the Americas selected.
  518. Museo De Las Americas, Denver, CO. The purpose and mission of the Museo de las Amˇricas is to foster understanding and appreciation for the achievements of the Latino people of the Americas by collecting, preserving and interpreting the diverse art, history and cultures of this region from ancient times to the present.
  519. Museum Loan Network, Cambridge, MA. MLN promotes collection sharing by facilitating and funding the long-term loan of artworks among museums throughout the United States.
  520. Museum of Advertising Icons, South Florida.
  521. Museum of American Glass, Millville, NJ. The only museum in the United States devoted exclusively to American Glass. Over 6,500 objects on display ranging from Mason jars and paperweights, to Tiffany masterpieces and the world's largest bottle
  522. Museum of Arts And Sciences, Macon, GA. Changing art and science exhibits, live animal programs, the Mark Smith Planetarium, a three-floor Discovery House full of hands-on exhibits featuring arts, sciences, and the humanities, environmental programs at near-by Brown's Mount.
  523. Museum of Arts and Sciences, Daytona Beach, FL. Located in the heart of Florida's last remaining coastal hammock preserve, the 50,000 square foot facility is one of the leading major cultural institutions dedicated to interpreting the areas of art, science and Florida history for Central and North Florida audiences through a host of nationally and internationally important permanent and changing exhibitions and programs.
  524. Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, GA. 89 aircraft and missiles on display ranging from 1896 glider to SR-71 and U-2 spy plane. Also includes an exhibit of Native American Culture featuring artifacts discovered on Robins dating back 8,000 years. A must see for the aviation enthusiast. Located less than 10 miles off exit 45 of I-75
  525. Museum of Bad Art, Boston.
  526. Museum of Beverage Containers, Goodlettsville , TN. The world's largest collection of beverage containers and advertising. Featuring Coke, Budweiser and 100's more.
  527. Museum of Biological Diversity, College of Biological Sciences, Ohio State University. Insect collection
  528. Museum of Broadcast Communications, Chicago.
  529. Museum of Bus Transportation, Hershey, PA. Non-profit organization whose goal is the preservation of the American motor coach; ever-changing slide show on website details history. The "real" museum will be built in 2002; this website benefits public interest in the project.
  530. Museum of Chinese in the Americas, New York, NY. The Museum of Chinese in the Americas is dedicated to documenting and interpreting the history and culture of Chinese Americans. The Museum was founded in 1980 as the New York Chinatown History Project, it received it's museum status in 1992, when it changed it's name to the Museum of Chinese in the Americas.
  531. Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, CA. Small but influential museum focused on new art, often by young artists. Bilingual wall texts, audio guides, Web site is bilingual (Spanish/English). MCA collects, exhibits and interprets the art of our time, focusing on the period from 1950 to the present. The Museum has two locations: the flagship facility in La Jolla, founded in 1941 and recently renovated and expanded by Robert Venturi (1996); and the downtown San Diego satellite space, which opened in 1993.
  532. Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL. Please supply no more than one or two sentences describing the museum in neutral tones; excessive statements may be surgically altered. Sender: Sender email: Comment:
  533. Museum of Contemporary Art/North Miami, North Miami, Fl. The Museum of Contemporary Art in North Miami offers residents and visitors to South Florida, 8-10 cutting-edge art exhibitions annually, along with a wide variety of public and education programs.
  534. Museum of Cultural & Natural History, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.
  535. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts.
  536. Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas.
  537. Museum of Fine Arts, University of Montana, Missoula.
  538. Museum of Flight, Seattle.
  539. Museum of Flying, Santa Monica, California. World War II fighter aircraft.
  540. Museum of Health and Medical Science, Houston, Texas.
  541. Museum of International Folk Art , Santa Fe, NM. Extensive collection of folk art donated by Alexander Girard.
  542. Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, New York, NY. Through historical artifacts, photographs, short films and personal testimony, the Museum is dedicated to teaching all people of all ages and backgrounds about Jewish life and culture in the 20th century.
  543. Museum of Jurassic Technology, Los Angeles, CA. Unique! (Read "Mr. Wilson's Cabinet of Wonders")
  544. Museum of Long Island Natural Sciences, Stony Brook, NY. The Museum of Long Island Natural Sciences promotes education, research, and service in the natural sciences. It provides education programs to the community and schools through lectures, exhibits, films, publications, and projects.
  545. Museum of Natural History, University of Oregon, Eugene. Includes the Oregon State Museum of Anthropology.
  546. Museum of Natural History & Cormack Planetarium, Providence, RI.
  547. Museum of Nebraska Art (MONA), Kearney, NE. Art of Nebraska ranging from the historic artistic reporting of the Artist-Explorers to contemporary regional work is emphasized in the Museum of Nebraska Art's permanent collection. The Nebraska Art Collection is designated by the legislature as the official visual art collection of the State of Nebraska.
  548. Museum of Northern Arizona, Flagstaff, AZ. Established in 1928 to interpret and conserve the natural and human heritage of northern Arizona and the Colorado Plateau.
  549. Museum of Obsolete Computers
  550. Museum of Paleontology, University of California, Berkeley. See the hall of dinosaurs.
  551. Museum of Paleontology, University of California, Berkeley, CA.
  552. Museum of Peoples and Cultures, Brigham Young University , Provo, UT. The MPC has strengths in the native cultures of Utah and the Southwest. All exhibitions are curated by students as part of formal class work. Open free to the public.
  553. Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego, CA. Housed in the beautiful Casa de Balboa in San Disgo's Balboa Park, MoPA presents both classic and contemporary works by internationally acclaimed artists. MoPA is one of the few museums devoted exclusively to the photographic arts, and collects and exhibits contemporary and classic work by internationally known artists.
  554. Museum of Political Life, University of Hartford, Connecticut. . University of Hartford, Connecticut. Political memorabilia.
  555. Museum of Printing History, Houston, TX. Great museum of all types of printing artifacts and memorabilia, plus seminars and lectures on a regular basis.
  556. Museum of Questionable Medical Devices, Minneapolis, MN. The largest public collection of quack medical devices in the U.S.
  557. Museum of Radio and Technology, Huntington, West Virginia, USA. Antique radios.
  558. Museum of Radio and Television Please supply no more than one or two sentences describing the museum in neutral tones; excessive statements may be surgically altered. Sender: Stephen Luke Sender email: stephenluke@hotmail.com
  559. Museum of Science, Boston, Massachusetts.
  560. Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, IL. This is the largest science museum in the western hemisphere. Online museum exhibits feature informative depth and utilizes multimedia to enhance the visitors experience. Some examples are, "All Aboard the Silver Streak" & "U-505 WWII Submarine".
  561. Museum of Television & Radio, New York.
  562. Museum of Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX. Multidisciplinary museum featuring History, Art, Paleontology, Anthropology, Clothing/Textiles, and Ethnology. Major collections include wheeled vehicles, saddles and tack, firearms, Southern Plains Indian materials, Archeological materials dating from 12,000 years to present, second largest Wyeth art collection in public hands, and early prehistoric bird fossils. An academic department of Texas Tech University, the museum is the home facility for one of the top rated professional museum training programs in the USA.
  563. Museum of the City of New York History of New York City.
  564. Museum of the City of San Francisco , San Francisco, CA. History of Early San Francisco, Gold Rush, and the 1906 Earthquake and Fire.
  565. Museum of the Fur Trade, Chadron, NE. Dedicated to the exhibition and preservation of the North American fur trade. Intimately concerned with the commerce of the American fur trade and the daily lives of traders, trappers, and native people.
  566. Museum of the Gulf Coast , Port Arthur, TX. The Museum of the Gulf Coast combines conventional and an unconventional approach to tell the exciting story of the Texas/Louisiana Gulf Coast region. Traditional themes are utilized in interpreting the focus of Gulf Coast life before the arrival of man, the role of Native Americans, European contact, Hispanic legacy, the trauma of Civil War, economic and cultural growth, and the integration of the Gulf Coast region into the larger national and international community.
  567. Museum of the Rockies, Bozeman, MT. The Museum of the Rockies seeks to understand, preserve and interpret the natural and cultural history of the Northern Rocky Mountain region. It accomplishes its mission through research, collections, exhibits and programs for the education and entertainment of people of all ages.
  568. Museum of Tolerance, Los Angeles, California. Racism and prejudice in America, and the history of the Holocaust. (Information also in German and Japanese.)
  569. Museum of Transportation, Brookline, MA. The Museum of Transportation in Brookline, Massachusetts is housed in an 1888 carriage house once owned by Larz and Isabel Anderson. The Museum of Transportation offers the public a unique opportunity to view the Anderson collection, America’s oldest privately owned collection of automobiles. The Museum also hosts over 20 lawn events for cars, motorcycles and bicycles throughout the Summer months.
  570. Museum of Unnatural Mystery, Bensalem , PA. A slightly bizarre science museum with exhibits for the whole family. Looks at scientific explanation for UFOs, sea monsters, etc.
  571. Museum of Web Art, Los Angeles, CA. The Museum of Web Art features some of the most exciting and innovative art created specifically for the web medium, and in a friendly and inviting museum atmosphere.
  572. Museum of Western Colorado, Grand Junction, CO. The Museum of Western Colorado, is a regional museum with four city locations and three natural resource areas. The Museum preserves, investigates, and displays materials relating to the natural, social and cultural history of western Colorado all the way from the continental divide west to the Utah border.
  573. Museum of Westward Expansion-Gateway Arch, St. Louis, MO. The Westward Expansion Museum is located at the base of the Fabulous Gateway Arch and features Lewis and Clark among other historical information and artifacts.
  574. Museum of Woodworking Tools
  575. Museum Services International, Washington, DC. On this site, one will find the MSI Virtual Museum Bookstore and International Art and Craft Shop. MSI also introduces the field of Value Methodology for Cultural Institutions. Also featured is The Cultural Property Protection Page.
  576. Museum, California Center for the Arts, Escondido, Escondido, CA. The Museum presents 20th Century contemporary art exhibits. The 9,000 square-foot space consists of four galleries. Visit our website for current and upcoming exhibitions and educational programs.
  577. Museums and Historical Sites maintained by the Oklahoma Historical Society , Statewide museums list. Listings and links of museums and historical site throughout Oklahoma.
  578. Museums2go2, Gering, NE. Museum list of museums with pioneer, agricultural and natural history, and references to other museums.
  579. Mutter Museum , Philadelphia, PA. This is a pickled medical specimen museum with medical oddities, medical instruments, and other really weird and disgusting exhibits such as a lady that turned to soap.
  580. Mystic Seaport Museum, Mystic, Connecticut.
  581. National Air and Space Museum, Washington, DC. Includes exhibition galleries. See also the Center for Earth and Planetary Studies.
  582. National Atomic Museum, Albuquerque, NM. The nation's only congressionally chartered museum for preserving and presenting the history and science of the atomic age. Includes displays of rockets, airplanes, and weapons, as well as exhibits on the Manhattan Project, nuclear medicine, robotics, etc.
  583. National Automobile Museum, Reno, NV.
  584. National Automotive and Truck Museum, Auburn, Indiana.
  585. National Bicycle History Archive of America, Santa Ana, CA. An extensive historical bicycle archive containing over 30,000 original books, catalogues, photographs of bicycles ranging from 1860s-1960s. We provide restoration advice and historical information and focus primarily on American made bicycles, with special emphasis on Classic Bicycles of 1920-1965. The Archive also has access to the curator's collection of over 1,000 old bicycles.
  586. National Bottle Museum, Ballston Spa, NY.
  587. National Boy scout Museum, Murray, KY. How Boy scouts began. Lot's of memorabilia.
  588. National Building Museum, Washington, D.C.. The National Building Museum is the only institution in the United States dedicated to American achievements in architecture, construction, engineering and design.
  589. National Capital Trolley Museum, Silver Spring, md. Operating Street Railway museum. Collections from Washington D.C. New York City, Johnstown PA Toronto Ont. Canada and Germany and Austria.
  590. National Civil Rights Museum, Memphis, Tennessee.
  591. National Corvette Museum, Bowling Green, KY. A celebration of the invention of America's Sports Car, the Chevrolet Corvette and dedicated to the preservation of the legendary's car past, present and future. Corvette enthusiasts all over the world passionately refer to the Corvette Museum as their home, their Mecca, located across the street from the only Corvette manufacturing plant.
  592. National Cowboy Hall of Fame, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
  593. National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library, Cedar Rapids, IA. The National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library collects, preserves and shares the history and culture of the Czech and Slovak people.
  594. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.
  595. National Knife Museum, Chattanooga, Tennessee.
  596. National Museum of American History , Washington, DC.
  597. National Museum of American Jewish Military History, Washington, DC. Details the contributions of American Jews to the Armed Forces of the United States of America.
  598. National Museum of American Women , Arrington, TN. Honoring American women for thier Achievement, Courage and Humanitarian Service. Currently accepting nominations and offering free 1-year membership. This is a VIRTUAL museum.
  599. National Museum of Dance, Saratoga Springs, NY. The National Museum of Dance is the only museum in the country devoted exclusively to American Professional dance - from ballet to Broadway, modern to Jazz, ethnic to tap. Exhibits, classes and educational programs with visiting dancers have attracted thousands of visitors since the museum opened in 1986. The museum's Hall of Fame honors the founders and innovators of 20th Century American Professional Dance.
  600. National Museum of Health and Medicine, Washington, DC. Medical museum; pathological collections include Civil War bone, medical examiner's collection, and miscellaneous wet and dry tissue. Extensive microscope collection and historical objects.
  601. National Museum of Health and Medicine, Washington, DC. Pathological collections include Civil War bone, medical examiner's collection, and miscellaneous wet and dry tissue. Extensive microscope collection and historical objects.
  602. National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame, Saratoga Springs, NY. The Racing Museum's mission is to interpret the history and convey the excitement of Thoroughbred racing in America to the broadest possible audience. The website includes exhibits, visitor information, activities for kids, and bios on the horses, jockeys, and trainers who are in the Hall of Fame.
  603. National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson Hole, WY. Featuring fine art depicting wildlife. Collection of over 2300 paintings, sculpture and works on paper feature the history of America's westward expansion.
  604. National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC. The only museum in the world dedicated exclusively to the recognition of women in the arts, including a tour of their on-line galleries.
  605. National Museum of Women's History, Washington, DC. The NMWH CyberMuseum is our main exhibit space while we work to build the physical museum in Washington, DC. Our mission is to bring women's history into the cultural mainstream. This is a VIRTUAL museum.
  606. National Postal Museum, Washington, DC. The nation's primary repository for postal artifacts and research. The museum's collections range from postage stamps to a wide variety of three-dimensional objects. The museum is dedicated to promoting and broadening the study of U.S. postal history. The museum features a changing series of on-line exhibits. Currently featured are the winners of the museum's annual "Graceful Envelope" calligraphy contest and an adjunct to the museum's "As Precious as Gold" exhibit, the history of the Klondike/Alaska gold rush & the role of mail/mail service in the rush.
  607. National Watch & Clock Museum , Columbia, PA. A journey through time featuring over 12,000 timekeeping treasures from every corner of the globe.
  608. National Zoological Park
  609. Native American Heritage Museum State Historic Site, Highland, KS. Exhibits tell the story of the emigrant tribes that were settled by treaty in present eastern Kansas during the 1800s and of their interaction with the advancing white population. Folk arts exhibits show the work of contemporary Native American artists who carry on the cultural traditions of these tribes.
  610. Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, California.
  611. Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO. A general art museum comprising objects from ancient times to the present, and all cultures, with special emphasis on Chinese art and English ceramics from the 17th century.
  612. Nevada Historical Society, Reno, NV.
  613. Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, NV.
  614. Nevada State Museum & Historical Society, Las Vegas, NV.
  615. Nevada State Railroad Museum, Carson City, NV.
  616. Nevada State Railroad Museum, NV. Please supply no more than one or two sentences describing the museum in neutral tones; excessive statements may be surgically altered. Sender: Stephen Luke Sender email: stephenluke@hotmail.com
  617. New Bedford Whaling Museum, New Bedford, MA. Exhibits and presentations pertaining to the whaling industry in New England provide tangible examples of the era and of people, places and artifacts referenced by Herman Melville.
  618. New England Museum Association, Boston, MA. The New England Museum Association is the only organization in New England serving museums of all sizes and the people who work for and with them. You'll find professional development opportunities, news, information, and the experience of more than 1600 of your colleagues.
  619. New England Science Center, Massachusetts. Museum and wildlife center.
  620. New Jersey State Museum, Trenton, NJ. Features a section on art, natural history and various shows particularly of interest to NJ residents.
  621. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science , Albuquerque, NM. Natural History and Science with an emphasis on New Mexico paleontology.
  622. New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, NY. Founded in 1977 as the first museum in the United States exclusively devoted to the work of living artists, the New Museum is committed to showing some of the most provocative art being made today throughout the world; to expanding conventional museum practice by offering innovative programmatic models; and to pioneering museum education by expanding the public’s understanding of contemporary art as a vital social force. Extensive descriptions of current and past exhibitions featuring some of the most provocative art being made today throughout the world.
  623. New York City museums, a listing. See also New York Museums
  624. New York City Police Museum , New York City, NY. The New York City Police Museum captures the history of the NYPD as well as a present-day look at the world of law enforcement through the eyes of its officers. Our new exhibition will be open in December, 1999 and will include an array of weapons, police shields, fingerprinting and forensic art stations, a drug awareness display and a tactics simulator.
  625. New York State Museum, Albany, NY. Featuring Natural History Exhibits on permanent exhibit, and temporary exhibits in the arts, interactive exhibits, and more.
  626. New York Transit Museum, Brooklyn, NY. The New York Transit Museum provides exhibitions of metropolitan area transit artifacts, archives of historic documents, maps and photographs, tours of transit significant sites, trips on the Nostalgia Train and a program of entertaining and educational events for children. The Museum is home to 100 years of transit lore and memorabilia.
  627. New-York Historical Society, New York, NY. Museum collections, exhibitions, programs, research library, print room, Kid City and shop - primary source materials for the study of the history, culture and art of New York City.
  628. Newark Museum Online, Newark, NJ. Newark Museum, a nationally recognized leader in museum education, supports a full schedule of exhibits, family activities, special events and public programs.
  629. Newport Art Museum, Newport, RI. Located in downtown Newport, RI. Galleries, art school, and changing exhibitions of national and local renowned.
  630. Newport Historical Society and Museum of Newport History , Newport, RI. The Newport Historical Society contains an internationally important collection of artifacts, manuscripts, and books pertaining to the history of Newport County, Rhode Island. Highlights of this collection can be seen at the award-winning Museum of Newport History.
  631. Newseum, Arlington, VA. The Newseum, the world's only interactive news museum, takes visitors behind the scenes to see and experience how and why news is made. At the Newseum, visitors can be television announcers or reporters; relive the great news stories of all time though multimedia exhibits, unique artifacts, and news memorabilia; and see today's news as it happens on a block-long video news wall.
  632. Nicholas Roerich Museum, New York City. Paintings by Russian-born artist Nicholas Roerich (1874-1947). (French, Spanish, German and Russian information planned.)
  633. Nicolaysen Art Museum & Discovery Center, Casper, WY. A regional art museum focusing on contemporary art and traditional western art. Also a hands-on self-guided art-making place in the Discovery Center.
  634. Niles Depot, Fremont, CA. Showcases railroading in the San Francisco Bay Area, specifically in the Fremont, Newark, and Union City areas.
  635. NIST Virtual Museum, Gaithersburg, MD. The NIST Virtual Museum displays artifacts that illuminate the historical mission of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (formerly known as the National Bureau of Standards). Artifacts range from historical weights and measures standards to high-tech testing and measurement apparatus. This is a VIRTUAL museum.
  636. Nordic Heritage Museum, Seattle, WA. A Museum that specializes in the history of the Nordic-Americans of the Northwest with permanent exhibitions and traveling art exhibits from the five Nordic countries. Family programs, lectures, concert series and language classes are offered.
  637. Norman Rockwell Museum at Stockbridge, Stockbridge, MA. World's largest collection of original art by Norman Rockwell. Changing exhibitions also feature works by other renown American illustrators.
  638. North Carolina Maritime Museum, Beaufort, NC. Comprehensive Maritime museum emphaiszing local agregarian maritime history from the American Indians including artifacts from Blackbeard the Pirate and Civil war exibits to present. Highlites include a large working colection of restored watercraft with exibits on the evolution of boatbuilding and marine carpentry and model ship building. Most or all of the collections are ONLINE. Sender: Sender email: Comment:
  639. North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, NC. World art especially rich in old master European painting; also Egyptian, Greek, Roman, American, African, Pre-Columbian, from ancient to contemporary.
  640. North Carolina Museum of History, Raleigh, NC. Site describes the collections, exhibitions and programming of the state history museum.
  641. North Carolina Museum of Life and Science, Durham, NC. The museum has science and ecological exhibits. It is for all ages, but it has many fun activities for children to learn and participate in.
  642. North Carolina State Museum of Natural Sciences, Raleigh, NC. Founded in 1879, the Museum of Natural Sciences documents and interprets North Carolina's natural history through exhibits, educational programming and scientific research. The museum will move to a new building in the fall of 1999, filled with all-new, hands on exhibits.
  643. North Carolina State Museum of Natural Sciences, Raleigh, NC. The Museum collects, studies and preserves the state's bilogical diversity, promotes environmental awareness, and strives to relate natural sciences to everyday life.
  644. North Dakota Heritage Center, Bismarck, ND. North Dakota's largest history museum also includes the State Archives and Historical Research Library and the offices of the State Historical Society of North Dakota. Native Americans, archeology, military history, settlement, frontier, North Dakota History, State Historic Sites.
  645. Northeast Louisiana University Museum of Zoology, Monroe, LA. Large research collection of freshwater fishes, reptiles and amphibians. Primarily North American in scope, some Neotropical and Asian specimens. Tours by appointment.
  646. Northern Maine Museum of Science, Presque Isle, MN. The exhibits in The Northern Maine Museum of Science deal with biology, evolution, astronomy, mathematics, and geology. An animated Pterosaur may be viewed.
  647. Northern Indiana Center for History, South Bend, IN. History of the St. Joseph River Valley in permanent galleries; 19th-century mansion and formal gardens; kids museum; 1930's Polish Workers Home.
  648. Norton Gallery of Art, West Palm Beach, Florida. Strong in the French and American Impressionist and Post Impressionist periods, Chinese artifacts, ceramics and statuary.
  649. Noyes Museum of Art, Oceanville, N.J. Southern New Jersey's museum of contemporary fine and folk art, displaying outstandng travelling exhibits, works by leading regional artists, and its own growing contemporary art collection
  650. Nutter D. Marvel Carriage Museum , Georgetown, DE. The Marvel Museum contains a large collection of horse drawn wagons, equipment and memorabilia related to horses and carriages. Other items in the collection are related to life and history of Sussex County Delaware.
  651. Oakland Museum of California, Oakland, California . One of the largest regional museums in the country, devoted exclusively to Californian art, history and ecology. The Oakland Museum of California maintains and hosts the USA list you are currently browsing!
  652. Ocracoke Preservation Society Museum , Ocracoke Island, NC. Exhibits on local village and island history, unique local dialect, submerged Confederate fort, maritime occupations, and historic home furnishings.
  653. Octave Chanute Aerospace Museum , Rantoul, IL. Chanute Aerospace Museum is the largest Aerospace Museum in Illinois. Over 30 aircraft on display, located on the former Chanute Air Force Base.
  654. Oglethorpe University Museum, Atlanta, Georgia. Affiliated with Oglethorpe University, its exhibitions feature artworks which are international, representational, often figurative and spiritual in nature. Recent exhibitions have included "Mystical Arts of Tibet featuring Personal Sacred Objects of the Dalai Lama," and "The Grand Tour: Landscape and Veduta Paintings, Venice and Rome in the 18th Century."
  655. Oglethorpe University Museum, Atlanta, GA. Featuring artworks which are international, representational, often figurative and spiritual in nature, this museum has offered high profile exhibitions such as "Nicholas Roerich: Messenger of Beauty," "Mystical Arts of Tibet Featuring Personal Sacred Objects of the Dalai Lama," and many others.
  656. Ohio Ceramic Center, Crooksville, OH. The Ohio Ceramic Center is devoted to the preservation of Pottery History. The museum consists of five buildings housing several types of pottery.
  657. Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, OH. The Ohio Historical Society conducts a range of activities related to interpreting, collecting and preserving the state's heritage.
  658. Oklahoma City Art Museum, Oklahoma City, OK. Through exhibition and collection, the Oklahoma City Art Museum educates about art and through art, providing abundant opportunities for people of all backgrounds to explore the artistic values and traditions of the world's cultures.
  659. Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, Norman, OK. Oklahoma's official state museum of natural history. The museum is in the process of moving to a new 190,000-square-foot facility scheduled to open in Spring, 2000.
  660. Old Bedford Village, Bedford, PA. Living history museum consisting of over 40 historic and replica structures, interpreting life on the PA frontier, 1750-1850.
  661. Old Cowtown Museum, Wichita, KS. Old Cowtown Museum is a 17-acre living history museum which recreates the history of Wichita and Sedgwick County, Kansas from 1865 through 1880.
  662. Old State House Museum, Little Rock, AR.
  663. Old Sturbridge Village Re-creates life in a New England town of the 1830s.
  664. Old York Historical Society, York, ME. Old York's collections explore over three centuries of life in a Maine Seacoast village. The museum consists of eight historic buildings, a nature preserve, and a research library. The historic houses showcase both the permanent collection and rotating exhibits.
  665. On the Chisholm Trail Statue and Museum, Duncan, OK. State of the art exhibits, 34 ft statue, animatomical Jessie Chisholm greets guests.
  666. Online Directory of International Sculpture Parks & Gardens, Vallejo, CA. Online directory of sculpture parks with links to over 100 sites with URLs. Updated continuously. Public service.
  667. Orchard House - Home of the Alcotts, Concord, MA. Louisa May Alcott's "Little Women" evokes a universal vision of home. The house in which she wrote her classic novel holds a special attraction for readers throughout the world.
  668. Oregon Coast Aquarium, Newport, Oregon.
  669. Oregon Historical Society, Portland, OR.
  670. Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, Portland, OR. OMSI is the largest Science Museum of the Pacific Northwest and develops a large number of traveling exhibits
  671. Oregon State Archives Online Exhibit, Salem, OR. This online exhibit of Oregon history features over 100 separate Web pages and nearly 250 images. The exhibit interprets Oregon history primarily through documents and images held by the Oregon State Archives. Topics include prohibition in Oregon, a notorious prison escape, colorful Oregon trademarks, and more. A new exhibit is added every two months.
  672. Oriental Institute Museum, University of Chicago. See highlights from the collection.
  673. Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL. The Orlando Museum of Art is committed to collecting, preserving and interpreting notalbe works or art, and presenting exhibitions of local, regional, national and international significance. The OMA is proud to have important permanent collections of American Art, Art of the Ancient Americas and African Art.
  674. Oshkosh Public Museum, Oshkosh, WI. The museum is located in a historic mansion, and has collections and exhibits concerning local history, decorative arts, natural history and anthropology.
  675. Oyster & Maritime Museum, Chincoteague, Va. The Oyster & Maritime Museum is the only one of it's kind in the world. it contains historical information, as well as ecology. The museum also has obtained the original First Order Fresnal Lens of Assateague. Visit the online page and visit in person or call for more info!!
  676. Pacific Coast Air Museum, Santa Rosa, CA. A Museum of Military Aircraft at the Sonoma County Airport.
  677. Pacific Rim Museum of Culture Kulshan Middle School, Bellingham, Washington
  678. Pacific Science Center, Seattle, Washington.
  679. Paley Design Center, Philadelphia, PA. The Paley Design Center of the Philadelphia College of Textiles & Science is dedicated to collection, care, and display of textiles. The current collection of over 1.5 million items is used by students, researchers and the textile community worldwide.
  680. Paley/Levy Galleries at Moore College of Art and Design, Philadelphia, PA. The galleries at the only visual-arts college for women in the United States. The Goldie Paley Gallery organizes innovative exhibitions of art, design, architecture, and photography by national and international artists. The Levy Gallery provides a center for artistic exploration and experimentation for both established and emerging Philadelphia-area artists.
  681. Palmer Museum of Art, Pennsylvania State University.
  682. Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum, Canyon, Texas. Preservation of northwest Texas heritage.
  683. Papyrus Collection, MI. the Papyrus Collection at the University Library, University of Michigan
  684. Patrick and Beatrice Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI.
  685. Paul Bunyan Logging Camp, Eau Claire, WI. An authentic reproduction of an 1890's logging or lumbering camp of the Chippewa Valley, complete with an excellent interpretive center with adult exhibit room and a children's interactive Tall Tales Room.
  686. Pawnee Indian Village State Historic Site, Republic, Ks. The museum surrounds the floor of an excavated Pawnee earth lodge from the 1820s. The grounds contain a walking trail dotted with remains of the village and interpretive signage. a A division of the Kansas State Historical Society.
  687. Pawnee Rock State Historic Site, Pawnee Rock, KS. Pawnee Rock was a prominent landmark to travelers on the Santa Fe Trail. The view form the top is inspiring. Signage from different points of the outcropping details some of the history of the site.
  688. Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, Massachusetts. USA's oldest continuously operating museum, founded in 1799. Maritime arts and history; American decorative arts; early American architecture; Asian export art; Asian, Oceanic, African arts and culture; natural history; native American arts and ar
  689. Pecos Rio Grande Museum of Early Man, Arivaca, Arizona. Coming soon point making tools, then fire making tools. Most item are from the Archaic period in west Texas. 2000BP -10000BP
  690. Peekskill Museum, NY. A not-for-profit organization chartered by the New York State Regents
  691. Pejepscot Historical Society, Brunswick Maine. Links to the Pejepscot Museum, The Skolfield-Whittier House Museum and the Joshua L. Chamberlain Museum
  692. Pella Historical Village , Pella, IA. The 21 building museum complex creates a scene from old Holland and celebrates Dutch heritage with Tulip Time, flower gardens and seasonal festivals.
  693. Penfield Homestead Museum , Crown Point, NY. A museum containing local history of Crown Point, NY, the iron ore business, and Crown Point's Involvement in the Civil War.
  694. Peninsula Fine Arts Center, Newport News, VA. Changing exhibits by regional artists and period works loaned by other institutions.
  695. Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA. Founded in 1805, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts is America's first art museum and school of fine arts. The Museum features one of the most renowned collections of American art--spanning three centuries.
  696. Peter Yegen, Jr. Yellowstone County Museum , Billings, MT. Exhibits and photographs depict the life and material culture of the northern plains Indians (pre and post Lewis and Clark contact) and exploration and settlement of the west via transportation, ranching, military and personel artifacts.
  697. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA. The Philadelphia Museum of Art, founded in 1876, is unique among American museums in its integrated presentation of a full range of fine and applied arts from Asia, Europe, and the U.S. Spanning over 2,000 years, the collections include masterpieces of painting, sculpture, prints, and drawings displayed with a wide range of furniture, silver, glasswork, architectural elements, and entire furnished rooms from historic houses.
  698. Philadelphia museums, a listing.
  699. Philbrook Museum, Tulsa, OK. Philbrook is Oklahoma's only art museum with collections that offer an overview of the major art movements in Western Civilization as well as excellent examples of non-Western cultural traditions, including those of Asia, Africa, and the North American Indian.
  700. Phippen Museum, Prescott, AZ. Focus is on art of the American West, both past and contemporary.
  701. Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, AZ. The largest art museum in the Southwest, Phoenix Art Museum features special exhibitions and permanent collections in American, European, Asian, Contemporary, Western American and Latin American art, Fashion Design and Thorne Miniature Rooms of historic interiors. Also featured are the interactive ArtWorks Gallery for children, The Museum Store and Art Museum Cafe.
  702. Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, AZ.
  703. Photo Perspectives An interactive photography museum, designed to allow the public direct access to publications and museum quality exhibitions on-line.
  704. Pioneer Museum, Bozeman, MT. Dedicated to the Pioneer Heritage of Gallatin County, Montana.
  705. Plains Art Museum, Fargo, ND. A non-profit fine arts museum set in historic downtown Fargo, North Dakota.
  706. Plimoth Plantation, Plymouth, MA. Plimoth Plantation in the living history museum of 17th century Plymouth Colony. Its exhibits, visited by over 500,000 people a year include the 1627 Pilgrim Village, Hobbamock's Wampanoag Indian Home site, Mayflower II and the Carriage House Crafts Center. It is open from April through November and is best known for its first-person living history exhibits.The "Plimoth-on-Web" website contains both information about the museum and in addition to the Pilgrims, Thanksgiving and the Wampanoag Indians.
  707. Plymouth Historical Museum, Plymouth , MI. The Weldon Petz Abraham Lincoln Collection. Civil War Research Site for 24th Michigan Company "C" - The Iron Brigade. Turn-of-the-Century Street of Shops.
  708. Pocono Indian Museum, Bushkill, PA. The Pocono Indian Museum recreates the life and time of the Delaware Indian tribe.
  709. Polynesian Cultural Center, Laie, North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii.
  710. Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse Museum
  711. Portland Art Museum, Portland, Oregon. Collections include native American and regional contemporary art.
  712. Portland Harbor Museum, South Portland, ME. Maritime museum of the Port of Portland, Maine. Documents and preserves the rich history of Portland Harbor.
  713. Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME. Provides an unparalleled look at fine and decorative arts from the 18th century to the present, representing the unique artistic heritage of Maine, a well as the major European movements. Housed in an award-winning building in downtown Portland.
  714. Pratt Museum's Wild-Eyed Alaska, Homer, AK. Meet puffins, gulls and other residents of Alaska's Gull Island through video footage and additional facts about this summer seabird colony. From the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and the Pratt Museum. This is a VIRTUAL museum.
  715. President Benjamin Harrison Home, Indianapolis, IN. The 1874 Italianate mansion of the 23rd President of the United States, Benjamin Harrison(1833-1901). Ten rooms are open to the public. The collection includes original Harrison furnishings, costumes, political memorabilia, and other personal belongings. Two major exhibits each year focus on Harrison and his times.
  716. Pro Football Hall of Fame, Canton, OH. The Hall is also a museum of football through the years covering many leagues. It houses not only the enshrinees memorabilia, but that of pro football in general. Sender: Mike Carlo Sender email: Mike.Carlo@cpl.org
  717. Providence Children's Museum, Providence, RI. A hands-on museum for children and adults, featuring nine interactive exhibits including "City Streets" - a peek beneath the urban landscape and "TEETH!" where kids can brush a giant mouth.
  718. Public Health Museum in Massachusetts, Tewksbury, MA. Illustrates public health history and educates public about current health issues and new programs. Focus is on public health contributions of New England states.
  719. Pueblo Cultural Center, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
  720. Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park, Phoenix, AZ. Features a prehistoric Hohokam ruin and exhibits on Hohokam culture and archaeology.
  721. Pullman, Chicago, IL. Historic Pullman ("The worlds most perfect town") is itself a living museum. Within this historic landmark district a visitors center and museum welcome guests to learn more about this unique part of history.
  722. Queens Museum of Art, Flushing, New York, NY. The Museum presents 20th-century and contemporary art exhibitions with the diverse ethnic communities of in mind. Also the Museum sponsors exhibitions at the Bulova Corporate Center located in Jackson Heights, Queens, The Museum's permanent Collection includes Tiffany Lamps, a unique Panorama of New York City and 1939, 1964 World's Fair installations and Memorabilia.
  723. Railroad Museum of Long Island, Greenport, New York.
  724. Read House and Gardens, New Castle, DE. See the splendor of George Read II's Federal mansion.
  725. Reading Public Museum and Art Gallery, Pennsylvania.
  726. Red River Valley Museum, Vernon, Texas.
  727. Redding Museum of Art & History
  728. Rensselaer County Historical Society at the Hart-Cluett Mansion, Troy, NY. RCHS is located in the 1827 late Federal-style Hart-Cluett Mansion, now a townhouse museum; the organization also operates changning exhibition galleries and a public research library on site. A variety of school, scout and adult programming is offered year-round.
  729. Reuben H. Fleet Space Theater and Science Center, San Diego.
  730. Reynolda House, Museum of American Art, Winston-Salem, NC.
  731. Rhode Island School of Design museum, Providence, RI. Extensive collections from ancient to modern including many improtant pieces and many fine examples of early AM furniture.
  732. Rice University Art Gallery, Houston, TX. Contemporary art, architecture and design
  733. Richmond Art Museum, Richmond, IN. The Richmond Art Museum is a fine art museum featuring American Impressionists, Taos School, the Hoosier Group, the Richmond School, and other regional artists.
  734. Rim Country Museum, Payson, AZ. Cultural heritage of the Central Arizona Highlands (Rim Country) from the earliest peoples all the way through to the pioneer period.
  735. Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota, FL. (The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art)
  736. Riverside Municipal Museum, Riverside, CA. The Riverside Municipal Museum exists as a center for learning about the natural and cultural history of greater Riverside through its collections, exhibitions, education programs and publications. The Museum seeks to instill a proud sense of place, time and self so that people of all generations and diverse backgrounds can gain a mutual understanding and appreciation of their environment and their own past and present achievements.
  737. Robert C. Williams American Museum of Papermaking, Atlanta, GA. Traces the science, technology and art of papermaking around the world from 200 BC to modern times. The museum covers the history, art, science and technology of papermaking from 200 BC to today with rare artifacts from around the world.
  738. Rochester Museum & Science Center, Rochester, NY. Mid-size Museum. Indian History in upstate NY. Science and Technology related exhibits. Planetarium showing star shows and cine magic large format films.
  739. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, Cleveland, Ohio. Includes multimedia audio, video and photographs.
  740. Rockwell Museum, Corning, NY. Museum of glass, Native American and American western art.
  741. Rockwood Museum, Wilmington, DE. Built between 1851-57, Rockwood is a rural Gothic mansion with Gardenesque grounds. Rockwood was a private residence until 1972 and its collections consist of the furniture, clothing, documents, photographs, and artwork amassed by the Shipley/Bringhurst/Hargraves families. Please visit our new online exhibits about the Bringhursts' travels.
  742. Rogers Historical Museum, Rogers, AR. AAM-accredited local history museum, with many hands-on exhibits, children's and adult educational programs, an active research library, traveling exhibits, the 1895 Hawkins House, and the Centennial Caboose.
  743. Rosalie Whyel Museum of Doll Art, Bellevue, WA. Voted "The World's FinestPrivate Doll Museum" and winner of the Jumeau award for that reason. Dedicated to the preservation and exhibition of dolls as an art form.
  744. Rosenbach Museum & Library, Philadelphia, PA. Housed in an 1865 townhouse off Rittenhouse Square, this museum contains over 330,000 rare books and manuscripts collected by the world renowned rare book dealer, Dr. A.S.W. Rosenbach. Among the museum's treasures are the manuscript of James Joyce's "Ulysses", the first book published by in North America, and Modernist poet Marianne Moore's living room.
  745. Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum, San Jose, California. Designed in an authentic Egyptian architectural style. Large collections of Egyptian, Babylonian and Assyrian antiquities.
  746. Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site, Cornish, NH. Home, studios, gardens and collections of Augustus Saint-Gaudens (1848-1907) one of the foremost sculptors of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Center of the Cornish art colony.
  747. Salem Witch Museum, Salem, MA.
  748. Salvador Dali Museum, St Petersburg, FL. Contains images of 159 of Dali's works (800*600 video resolution or better recommended.)
  749. San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, San Angelo, TX. We are a hands-one museum for children focusing on the visual arts. Most of our patrons are ages 5 -12 years old. We change exhibits 3 times a year, and each summer exhibit focuses on a different culture.
  750. San Antonio Museum of Art
  751. San Bernardino County Museum, Redlands, CA. Collections and exhibits in cultural and natural history with an emphasis on inland Southern California.
  752. San Diego Aerospace Museum, California. See history of aerospace exhibit.
  753. San Diego Historical Society, San Diego, CA. The collections and exhibits of the Museum of San Diego interpret the history of the greater San Diego, Calif. region
  754. San Diego Model Railroad Museum, California. Includes principle exhibits.
  755. San Diego Museum of Art , San Diego, CA. The San Diego Museum of Art is the largest cultural institution in San Diego County with approximately 12,000. This website is our first attempt at a content-rich exhibition based on the Baldwin M. Baldwin Collection of the Posters of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.
  756. San Diego Museums, San Diego, CA.
  757. San Diego Natural History Museum, San Diego, CA. The San Diego Natural History Museum explores the biodiversity and evolutionary history of southern California and Baja California with research, education, exhibits, and community involvement.
  758. San Francisco Bay Area museums, a listing. Including the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.
  759. San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, San Francisco, CA. Maritime museum. Online Virtual Reality tour of the current exhibit "Sparks, Waves and Wizards: Communication at Sea."
  760. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA. With over 20,000 works of art housed in a spectacular Mario-Botta designed building, SFMOMA is a jewel of the West Coast art scene. In addition to permanent exhibitions displaying everything from Matisse to Rauschenberg to Cindy Sherman, the museum is also a site for thrilling temporary exhibitions, such as Degas to Picasso, an exploration of the relationship between 14 modern masters and the camera, and Seeing Time, a collection of important video art.
  761. San Jose Art Museum, San Jose State University, California. Includes a growing searchable database of cultural photographs from around the world accessable in a number of ways.
  762. San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA. The permanent collection of 1,200 twentieth-century artworks focuses on post-1980 Bay Area artists. SJMA offers exhibitions, education programs, publications, the Museum Art School, and extensive outreach programs which are designed to increase awareness of twentieth- and twenty-first-century art in the Bay Area and beyond.
  763. Santa Barbara Maritime Museum, Santa Barbara, CA. The Santa Barbara Maritime Museum preserves and presents to the public the maritime heritage of California's Central Coast while providing an ongoing educational platform to study and record human interaction with the marine environment.
  764. Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, California.
  765. Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, Santa Barbara, CA. Learn more about Native American culture and the amazingly diverse fauna of the Santa Barbara region. Join us on fieldtrips, child and adult classes and lectures by renowned biologists and anthropologists.
  766. Schein-Joseph International Museum of Ceramic Art, Alfred, NY. Permanent and temporary exhibitions of ceramic art and technology, including pottery of the Ancient Americas, Asian ceramics from China, Japan, Korea, and Southeast Asia, American ceramics from 1900 to the present.
  767. Schifferstadt Architectural Museum, Frederick, Md. Schifferstadt is unique... probably America's finest example of German colonial architecture. Schifferstadt, completed in 1756, is the oldest known house in Frederick, Maryland and is on the National Register for Historic Places.
  768. Science Discovery Center of Oneonta, State University College, Oneonta, New York. . State University College, Oneonta, New York. A hands-on science museum for all ages.
  769. Science Museum of Minnesota, . Maya Adventure, including anthropological collections and educational activities
  770. Sciencenter, Ithaca, New York.
  771. SciTech, the Science and Technology Interactive Center, Aurora, IL. educational tools on particle physics.
  772. SciTrek, the Science and Technology Museum of Atlanta, Atlanta, GA.
  773. Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art (SMOCA), Scottsdale, AZ. A museum dedicated to Contemporary Art in the heart of downtown Scottsdale.
  774. Searchlight Museum, Searchlight, NV.
  775. Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA. The Seattle Art Museum offers the Seattle community a diverse and exciting collection. The downtown Seattle Art Museum houses a well-known collection ofthe arts of Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Americas; the original building displays the museum's extensive holdings in Asian art.
  776. Sequoyah Birthplace Museum, Vonore, TN. Built on the grounds where Sequoyah played as a child, it is an active institution dedicated to a better understanding and appreciation of Cherokee heritage. It offers the opportunity to experience first-hand the unique history and culture of the Cherokees in the southern Appalachian area.
  777. Sharlot Hall Museum, Prescott, AZ. Largest museum in central Arizona. Dedicated to providing educational adventures in human and natural history.
  778. Sheerar Museum, Stillwater, OK. The Sheerar Museum is a local history museum of Stillwater, Oklahoma. It's collections include items relevent to the area's history as well as an interesting button collection.
  779. Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery and Sculpture Garden, Lincoln, NE. The Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery and Sculpture Garden web site resources highlight its collection of American art. Find examples of 19th-century landscape and still life, American Impressionism, early Modernism, geometric abstraction, Abstract Expressionism, pop, minimalism and contemporary art by a wide range of artists.
  780. Sheyboygan Art Mueum, Sheyboygan, WI. Simply one of the best museums of modern and folk art in middle America.
  781. Shrine to Music Museum, University of South Dakota.
  782. Sid Richardson Collection of Western Art, Fort Worth, TX. The Sid Richardson Collection is an exhibit of 56 paintings by Western artists, Frederic Remington, and Charles M. Russell. These works, along with paintings by other premier Western artists are the major aggregate of this formidable collection and are the legacy of the late oilman and philanthropist, Sid W.Richardson. This free museum offers educational programs, tours and on site visits to local schools and community groups.
  783. Sixth Floor Museum, John F. Kennedy and the memory of a Nation. The Museum is located on the sixth floor of the former Texas School Book Depository over looking Dealey Plaza at the site of the Kennedy assassination.
  784. SJSU Virtual Museum, San Jose State University, California. The history of science, mathematics and technology, featuring individual scientists and mathematicians.
  785. Sloan Museum, Flint, MI. An emphasis on Flint's automoble history. Also has specialty displays from time to time. Sloan Museum is named after the 1st president of Genaral Motors, Alfred Sloan. Flint is the birthplace of GM.
  786. Smith College Museum of Art , Northampton, MA. With a world-famous collection spanning an impressive 4,500 years, and a tradition since its inception of making its holdings available to students and the public, the Smith College Museum of Art is also a leader in collecting and showing the art of our day. Ranked among the finest college or University museums in this country, it has become what our first director hoped it would be: "nothing less than a collection of works by the foremost artists of modern times."
  787. Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC. Includes:
    1. List of Smithsonian places
    2. New and temporary exhibitions at the Smithsonian
    3. National Air and Space Museum. Includes exhibition galleries. See also the Center for Earth and Planetary Studies.
    4. See The White House Collection of American Craft exhibition. Includes much audio and video material. See also Gopher site.
    5. National Museum of Natural History. See Ocean Planet, a travelling exhibition.
    6. National Zoological Park.
  788. Snite Museum of Art, Notre Dame, IN. The Snite Museum of Art at the University of Notre Dame houses over 19,000 works of art from the antique through modern. The web site illustrates many works found on display and lists all works on display.
  789. Snite Museum of Art, Notre Dame, Indiana.
  790. Snohomish County Museum and Historical Association, Everett, WA. Museum collects, preserves and interprets material relevant to Snohomish County History. Features include rotating exhibits, museum store and research services.
  791. Somers Mountain Museum of Natural History and Primitive Technology, Somers, CT. An exploration of ancestral culture and technology worldwide. Exhibits especially of Native American history show an alternative life way all our ancestors once followed.
  792. Sonoma County Museum, Santa Rosa, CA. Sonoma County Museum opened in 1985 in the beautifully restored 1909 Post Office and Federal Building in downtown Santa Rosa. The Museum's purpose is to collect, preserve, and exhibit the material culture of Sonoma County.
  793. South Bend Regional Museum of Art, South Bend, Indiana.
  794. South Carolina State Museum, Columbia, SC. With relics from Revolutionary times to artifacts used by astronauts on the moon -- the S.C. State Museum showcases outstanding exhibits of South Carolina art, history, natural history, science and technology. When you go to our web site, click on other museums to access all the museums in South Carolina.
  795. South Street Seaport Museum, New York, NY. A maritime history museum located in the quaint historic district that was New York City's main port of entry in the 17th-late 19th century. Collections include artifacts, art and a large fleet of historic ships including two working 19th-century schooners and the world's largest surviving iron-hulled sailing cargo vessel, the Peking.
  796. Southern Utah University Including Archaeology Repository, Braithwaite Fine Arts Gallery, and Natural History Museum of Southern Utah.
  797. Southwest Museum, Los Angeles, California.
  798. Southwest Museum of Science and Technology., Dallas, TX. "The Science Place" A place to understand science and technology constructively with methods that combine education with fun to excite and fascinate people, creating a strong desire to know and understand.
  799. Spartan School of Aeronautics Online History, Tulsa, OK. Spartan School of Aeronautics history from 1928 and the aircraft Spartan Aircraft Company built during the War years.
  800. Spellman Museum of Stamps and Postal History, Weston, MA. Philatelic museum dedicated to learning about the world's cultures through stamps and postal history; maintains a regular schedule of exhibitions and public programs.
  801. Spencer Museum of Art, Lawrence. The University of Kansas Art Museum and the only comprehensive art museum in the state of Kansas. Includes image maps, especially for various printmaking techniques.
  802. Spertus Museum, Chicago, IL. The largest Jewish Museum in the Midwest United States. The museum is part of the Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies, which includes: Spertus College, offering accredited degree programs; the Asher Library and the Chicago Jewish Archives, with their own extensive collections; and the Bariff Shop of Judaica.
  803. Spertus Museum, Chicago, IL. Part of the Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies, which includes: Spertus College, offering accredited degree programs; the Asher Library and the Chicago Jewish Archives, with their own extensive collections; and the Bariff Shop of Judaica.
  804. Springfield Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield, MA. European and American paintings, sculpture, drawings, prints and decorative arts. Artists represented include Homer, Corot, O'Keeffe, Monet and Degas. Shop; cafe.
  805. Springfield Museums, Springfield, MA. Four distinctive museums featuring American and European paintings, Islamic rugs, a planetarium, Asian decorative arts, a live animal center, African Hall, a life-sized Tyrannosaurus rex, a genealogy library and local history collection.
  806. Springfield Science Museum, Springfield, MA. Live-animal Monsanto Eco-Center, R.E. Phelon African Hall, Dinosaur Hall, Mineral Hall, hands-on Exploration Center, and planetarium; museum shop.
  807. Springville Museum of Art, Springville, UT. This museum is the oldest in Utah and is dedicated to the exhibition of Utah Art. American and Russian Art is also a part of the permanent collection and frequently displayed.
  808. St. Louis Art Museum, St. Louis, MO. Among the 30,000 works in our collection are paintings, sculpture, prints, photographs, glassware, silver, furniture, ceramics, textiles, ritual arts, and drawings. Our collection spans the centuries from ancient Egypt to the present. One of only two permanent structures remaining from the 1904 World's Fair, The Saint Louis Art Museum is in a spectacular setting atop Art Hill in Forest Park, one of the largest urban parks in the United States.
  809. St. Louis Science Center, Missouri.
  810. St. Petersburg Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, FL. Noted for it collection of late 19th and early 20th century European and American collection, it is also the home of the finest collection of photographs in the SE US. There is also an active music program and continuing educational activities for all ages.
  811. St. Petersburg Museum of History, St. Petersburg, FL. The St. Petersburg Museum of History showcases St. Petersburg History from pre-history to the present. Museum has four galleries and features two to four annual exhibits.
  812. Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens, Akron, OH. The former home of Frank A. Seiberling, co-founder of Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company and Seiberling Rubber Company, Stan Hywet Hall is recognized as one of the finest examples of Tudor Revival architecture in the United States.
  813. Stanly County Historic Preservation Commission Museum, Albemarle, NC. Museum features modern Visitor Center with county history gallery, gift shop and research room. Two antebellum homes on grounds open to public.
  814. Star of the Republic Museum, Washington, TX. The museum addresses the Texas Republic period (1836-1846), when Texas existed as a separate and unique nation. 10,000 sq. ft. of exhibition space, 80-person theatre, education programs, special events, and interpretive demonstrations.
  815. State Bank of Lakota, Lakota, ND.
  816. Statue of Liberty National Monument and Ellis Island Immigration Museum, New York, NY. Statue of Liberty: International monument and museum on the design and construction of the monument and its symbolism through the years. World Heritage Site. Ellis Island Immigration Museum: Famous immigration station, 12 million people immigrated through here from 1892 - 1954. Exhibits, movie, school programs, library, oral history program.
  817. Stephen Birch Aquarium-Museum, San Diego, California.
  818. Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, MA. Located in the Berkshires, the Clark is a fine arts museum particularly well-known for its many French impressionist paintings, including more than thirty by Renoir. Also included are noteworthy old master paintings and a significant group of American works by such artists as Homer, Sargent, Cassatt, and Remington. Selections from the extensive collections of silver, prints, drawings, and sculpture are also on view. A variety of special exhibitions and other supporting activities is offered year-round.
  819. Sternberg Museum of Natural History, Hays, KS. The Sternberg Musuem, soon to open in its new home, houses some of the best Cretaceous fossils, and the largest paleoseed collection known. The new site of the museum will offer walk through dioramas, and a large discovery area.
  820. Sternberg Museum of Natural History, Hays, KS. The Sternberg Museum is open in a spectacular new building on I-70. The museum houses some of the best Cretaceous fossils plus walkthrough dioramas and a large discovery room. Additionally, it has an outstanding changing exhibits program.
  821. Stewart Indian Museum, Carson City, NV.
  822. Stowitts Museum and Library, Pacific Grove, CA. In the process of archiving every past and future exhibition, including catalog text online, and a favorite links section called Culture Connections. The current (and popular) exhibition, Nijinsky Dancing, is now online
  823. Strategic Air Command Museum , Ashland, NE. Aviation and history museum about the U.S. Air Force Strategic Air Command Comment:
  824. Strong Museum, Rochester, NY. The nation's leading hands on history center for kids of all ages. Step onto Sesame Street, run a kid-sized supermarket, and more in kid-friendly exhibits. World-renowned collections include toys, home furnishings, etc.
  825. Studebaker National Museum, South Bend, Indiana.
  826. Sun Gallery, Hayward, CA. Sun Gallery, a community based visual arts center, with exhibitions and educational programs that focus on the work of contemporary Northern California artists.
  827. Surratt House Museum, Clinton, MD. The country home of Mary Surratt, the first woman executed by the federal government when found guilty of conspiring with John Wilkes Booth to assassinate Abraham Lincoln.
  828. Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, FL. A cultural mecca located downtown along the scenic Hillsborough River, the Tampa Museum of Art provides a broad range of art-related experiences for visitors of all ages. One of the Southeast’s finest museums, there are changing exhibitions that range from contemporary to classic, and a renowned permanent collection of Greek and Roman antiquities. Complementing these exhibitions are a wide range of classes, lectures, lunchtime seminars and walking tours. The Guilders Museum Store offers unique gifts, books, jewelry & children’s items. Tampa Museum of Art truly offers something for everyone. Sender: Lani Czyzewski, Public Information Coordinator Sender email: TM22@ci.tampa.fl.us Comment: Thanks for including us in your site!
  829. Tate Geological Museum, Casper, WY. The Tate Geological Museum is situated on Casper College campus. Exhibits include dinosaurs, mammals, marine reptiles and other fossils; a unique display of Wyoming jade and an extensive mineral collection. On site fossil preparation is visible to visitors through windows in the lab.
  830. Tech Museum of Innovation, San Jose, California. Includes HyperTech on-line interactive exhibits.
  831. Tehama County Museum, Tehama, CA. A private non-profit foundation museum preserving and exhibiting history of Tehama County, California.
  832. Telfair Museum of Art, Savannah, Ga.
  833. Tempe Historical Museum Includes online exhibits, a tour of our research holdings, and a guide to local historic buildings
  834. Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum, Chattanooga.
  835. Texas Memorial Museum, Austin, TX. The Texas Memorial Museum serves the public by preserving, studying, and interpreting the natural and cultural heritage of Texas.
  836. Texas Military Forces Museum , Austin, TX. The Texas Military Forces Museum presents state military history from before the Texas Revolution through modern operations of the Texas State and National Guard.
  837. Texas Seaport Museum, Galveston, TX. Museum of the maritime commerce and the seafaring legacy of Texas and the Gulf Coast. The ongoing restoration, maintenance, operation, and interpretation of the 1877 iron barque ELISSA is a central component of the museum
  838. Thames Science Center The Thames Science Center is located in the Marriott Hotel complex on the inner harbor in dowtown Newport. The museum offers changing exhibitions, a learning lab and an extensive science store, REALTIMEScience international..
  839. The Air Zoo-Aviation History Museum of Kalamazoo Michigan) , Kalamazoo, Mi. Flight-Ready historical and restored aircraft, On-line tours and On-line Aircraft Highlights
  840. The Alamo, San Antonio, TX. A mission, a fortress, a shrine - The Alamo's past spans nearly 300 years of history. Best remembered for the 1836 battle where a small band of Texans withstood Santa Anna's army for 13 days, the Alamo stands as "The Cradle of Texas Liberty."
  841. The Albuquerque Museum, Albuquerque, NM. Municipal museum featuring regional fine arts and historical artifacts from the Middle Rio Grande Valley (1500-present).
  842. The Albuquerque Museum of Art and History, Albuquerque, NM. Collections focus on art and history of the Southwest with an emphasis on New Mexico. Also included is an historic site, Casa San Ysidro, a recreation of an 18/19th century Spanish Colonial hacienda.
  843. The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT.
  844. The American Museum of Photography The American Museum of Photography calls itself "A museum without walls...for an art without boundaries." Web exhibits bring great images from the history of photography to your computer screen from a private collection of more than 5,000 photographs. You'll see everything from a frontier town in America's Wild West to a century-old photo of mischief in a Japanese restaurant...plus important early portraits, landscapes, architectural images, art photography and pioneering photo-journalism. Other features include information on preserving photographs, an on-line bookstore, plus helpful resources like an alphabetical guide to those bewildering 19th century photographic processes.
  845. The Arts Online, Online Only, CA. A site devoted to the online artistic community. A place to join digests, submit artwork, chat, win contests, or simply view the outstanding talent on the web! This is a VIRTUAL museum.
  846. The Ballard Istitute and Museum of Puppetry, Storrs, CT. The museum has one of the largest collection of puppets in the world.
  847. The Bicycle Museum of America, New Bremen, OH. The Bicycle Museum of America displays over 150 bicycles, from one of the very first bicycles, built c. 1816, to the high-tech mountain and race bikes of today
  848. The Byron Randall Museum, Tomales, Ca. The history of Byron Randall and gives over 50 examples of his work.
  849. The Carole and Barry Kaye Museum of Miniatures, Los Angeles, CA. The largest collection of contemporary miniatures in the world. Exhibits include a complete recreation of the Vatican, Doge's Palace, Roman Forum, and 350 other works created by miniaturist from around the world
  850. The Children's Museum, Seattle, WA. The Children's Museum is dedicated to bringing children and adults together to learn about the world. Sender: Ann Cook, Director Public Relations & Marketing Sender email: anncook@thechildrensmuseum.org Comment:
  851. The Colorado Railroad Museum
  852. The Company of Fifers and Drummers -- The Museum of Fife and Drum, Ivoryton, CT. Museum, library and archives; to preserve and promote early American martial music.
  853. The Connecticut Historical Society , Hartford, CT. Established in 1825, The Connecticut Historical Society is a non-profit museum, library and education center which collects, preserves and interprets the history of the diverse people, past and present, who have made our state their home. The museum's collections of Connecticut-related furniture, silver, pewter, costumes, paintings, tavern signs, and graphic materials are among the largest in existence. The library holds three million manuscripts and nearly 100,000 volumes, including one of the finest genealogy collections in New England.
  854. The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, HI. Founded 1988, rotating exhibits are of last 50 years mostly. Member of Western Museum Group. Beautiful setting in hills overlooking Honolulu, excellent cafe.
  855. The Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY. The Museum houses over 29,000 objects representing 3,500 years of glassmaking; also houses the Rakow Library, the most comprehensive research library in the world. Images of some of the collection, and an extensive educational section called "A Resource of Glass" that is used as a syllabus for many schools and researchers. Recently added a new multi-million dollar Innovation Center that represents key stories of inventions and breakthroughs in glassmaking.
  856. The Currier Gallery of Art, Manchester, NH. Northern New England's First Independent Art Museum. An internationally renowned museum featuring European and American paintings, decorative arts,and sculpture.
  857. The Discovery Museums, Acton, Massachusetts. See the Children's Museum and Science Museum.
  858. The Doors, advance, nc. Online art gallery featuring the works of artists, poets and MIDI composers. Free service to artists. This is a VIRTUAL museum.
  859. The Drop Zone Virtual Museum , Fairfax Station , Va. Dedicated to preserving and sharing WWII airborne history thru oral histories, photos, artifacts. Besides the museum there is a virtual community which enjoys the support of hundreds of WWII veterans and their respective associations.
  860. The Ethel Wright Mohamed Stitchery Museum, Belzoni, Mississippi. Know as the Grandma Moses of stitchery, Ethel Wright Mohamed has painted with beautiful and intricate stitches, the stories of her family on fabric and has given us a history which now represents in many ways the history of the Mississippi Delta and a past way of life.
  861. The Ethel Wright Mohamed Stitchery Museum, Belzoni, Ms. Our museum is the former home of Ethel W. Mohamed and she is known as the Grandma Moses of Stitchery. She "painted with thread", on fabric, with beautiful and intricate stitches, stories of her family and ways of life in the Mississippi Delta.
  862. The Exploratorium, San Francisco, CA. Sna Francisco's Museum of Science, Art and Human Perception. The Exploratorium has over 650 exhibits in its collection. It was founded in 1969 by physicist Frank Oppenheimer. Its website includes resources for teachers, on-line exhibits and much more.
  863. The Five Civilized Tribes Museum , Muskogee, OK. Exists to preserve the culture, history and art of the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek/Muscogee, and Seminole tribes.
  864. The FOOD Museum, Albuquerque, NM. Delightful and educational museum about food from around the world. Many facts, photos, book reviews, and K-12 programs. Audience: adults and children, teachers and food historians.
  865. The Fresno Metropolitan Museum, Fresno, CA. At The Fresno Metropolitan Museum, we offer the highest quality programs in art, history and science that both reflect and celebrate the diversity of our region such as the William Saroyan Gallery with over 700 objects from the Pulitzer Prize winning author's life, and more!
  866. The Frick Art & Historical Center, Pittsburgh, PA. The Frick Art & Historical Center features 3 musuems-a restored Victorian mansion, an art museum and an antique car museum on 5 1/2 acres of landscaped grounds.
  867. The Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, SC. Built in 1905, the Gibbes Museum of Art represents a long and impressive tradition of cultural leadership in historic Charleston, providing residents and visitors to a distinguished collection and an active, year-round schedule of exciting exhibitions, programs and special events.
  868. The Golden Era Museum, Coolidge, AZ. The Fred and Elaine Goulden toy collection now open to the public. Several thousand toys and dolls from 1890's cast iron to 1950-60s modern.
  869. The Hawaii Museum of Flying, Honolulu, Hi. Aviation museum showcasing Hawaii. Currently 5 aircraft and alot of flight related equipment (P3 Orion,F4N Phantom,A4E Skyhawks.located at Former NAS BARBERS PT.
  870. The Health Museum of Cleveland , Cleveland, OH. First museum dedicated to providing health education using vibrant, hands-on, interactive exhibits.
  871. The Heritage of San Clemente & Visitor Center, San Clemente, Ca. Nixon Western White House Exhibit, Surfing Extravaganza Exhibit, Marine/Green Beret Exhibit.
  872. The Historical Museum at Fort Missoula, Missoula, MT. The Historical Museum at Fort Missoula was established in 1975 to collect, preserve, and interpret the history of Missoula County, Fort Missoula, and the timber products industry in western Montana for the education, recreation, and cultural enrichment of visitors and area residents. The Museum has over 18,000 objects in its collection, including 13 historic structures.
  873. The Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY. Focuses on art, history and science with a Victorian Mansion and a Planetarium and The Red Grooms Gift Shop, a pop art installation. Collections include 18th and 19th century decorative arts.
  874. The International Museum of Ceramic Art, Alfred, NY. Significant portions of the permanent collection show strength in the focus on American ceramics from 1900 to the present; ceramics made by Alfred MFA graduate students; pottery of the Ancient Americas, Chinese pottery and porcelain, European dinnerware, Leach pottery, Japanese ceramics by Rosanjin, Korean pottery from the United Silla, Koryo and Yi dynasties, tiles, Glidden Ware, and miscellaneous ceramics from many cultures and time periods.
  875. The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art including "The Education Corner at the Ringling"
  876. The Johnny Gruelle Raggedy Ann and Andy Museum , Arcola, Il. To commermorate the life and times of the creator of RaggedyAnn and Andy.
  877. The Journey Museum, Rapid City, SD. Experience the story of the West at this state-of-the-art museum of discovery. From fossil beds to buffalo hides, and from life-sized teepees to a homesteader's cabin, The Journey makes history come alive.
  878. The Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center Museum, Hutchinson, KS. A chronicle of the American space program with the world's largest collection of space suits & Mercury, Gemini & Apollo spacecraft and more.
  879. The Latimer Quilt & Textile Museum, Tillamook, OR. The Latimer Center is a living arts center with active quilter and weaver groups. It is also a quilt and textile museum with changing exhibits.
  880. The Latino Museum of History, Art and Culture , Los Angeles, CA. The first museum in the U.S. dedicated to presenting the contributions of Latino culture in the Americas.
  881. The Library of Virginia, Richmond, va. The Library of Virginia has served the archives and research needs of Virginians since 1823. The Library hosts special exhibits and displays of historic documents and artifacts. The Digital Library Project currently provides access to more than 2 million digital images of historic materials.
  882. The Lightfactory, Charlotte, North Carolina. Museum and gallery for the photographic arts
  883. The Living Word National Bible Museum, Branson, MO. A non-profit, tax exempt, educational museum, which preserves and celebrates the story of how we got our Bible; featuring 75 ancient Bibles, 7 multimedia presentations, and on-site tour guides.
  884. The Lyceum: Alexandria's History Museum, Alexandria, VA. The Lyceum, with its Greek Revival architecture, was the City of Alexandria, Virginia's first intellectual and cultural center. Today it serves as the comprehensive history museum for the City.
  885. The Mariners' Museum, Newport News, VA. Largest International Maritime Museum in America. Great Research Library, staffed with more than a dozen people to help the public. Great online exhibits, and many educational curriculums free for middle school students. Nearly ALL of the 75,000 catalog cards for the Library are online...
  886. The Martin and Osa Johnson Safari Museum , Chanute, KS. Martin and Osa Johnson were early 20th century explorers, film makers, naturalists, and authors. This museum, located in Osa's hometown, showcases the Johnson's remarkable achievements through their films, photographs, books, and an unmatched collection of ethnographic art and artifacts.
  887. The Medina Railroad Museum, Medina, NY. Railroad artifacts and memorabilia housed in the largest single story wood frame freight depot built by NYC&HRR in 1905. Running excursion trains.
  888. The Modern at Sundance Square , Fort Worth, TX. An annex of the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth exhibiting modern and contemporary American and European painting, sculpture, works on paper and photography. Located in the historic 1929 Sanger Building, listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
  889. The Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, NJ. The Montclair Art Museum has a respected national and international reputation for its fine collection of American art and Native American art and artifacts. The collection also encompasses works on paper, sculptures, and costumes.
  890. The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, New York, NY. The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology contains a repository of the world's largest collection of costumes, textiles, and accessories. The museum's galleries provide a unique showcase for a wide spectrum of exhibitions relevant to fashion and its satellite industries.
  891. The Museum of disABILITY HISTORY, Buffalo, NY. Dedicated to the collection, preservation and display of artifacts pertaining the history of people with disabilities, the museum offers educational exhibits and activities that expand community awareness.
  892. The Museum of Scientific Discovery, Harrisburg, PA. A participatory science center with over 100 exhibits and daily public programs. On our web page, you can get a sneak-peek of our museum and find out when special events are happening.
  893. The Museum of the Native American Resource Center, Pembroke, NC. The Museum of the Native American Resource Center is a multi-faceted museum and research institute of the University of North Carolina at Pembroke.:
  894. The Navy Art Gallery, Washington , DC. The Navy Art Collection has over 13,000 paintings, prints, drawings, and sculpture. It contains depictions of naval ships, personnel, and action from all eras of U.S. naval history, but due to the operation of the Combat Art Program, the eras of World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, and Desert Shield/Storm are particularly well represented.
  895. The Newark Museum, Newark, NJ. The Newark Museum has the foremost collection of American art (from the 18th to 20th century); Decorative Arts; the Ballantine House (a restored 1885 mansion that is a National Historic Landmark); Asian art, including the world-renowned Tibetan art collection.
  896. The Noble Maritime Collection, Staten Island, NY. An art and maritime history museum, centered on the art and writings of John A. Noble (1913-1983). Located on the grounds of Snug Harbor Cultural Center, NYC.
  897. The Norton Simon, Pasadena, CA. Considered one of los angeles' best. Few people are so gifted as to leave an indelible mark on our cultural history. Norton Simon was such a man. His art collection exhibited at the Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena, California, is one of the world's finest and most prestigious. Its outstanding scope is matched only by its superb quality, with more than two thousand years of Western and Asian art represented.
  898. The Old Calculators Web Museum , Oregon City, Oregon. A detailed look at examples of late mechanical and early electronic calculators, from a technical point of view. Many examples of historical and unique calculators from the late 1950's through the mid 1970's.
  899. The Oliver House Museum, Penn Yan, NY. Period house museum built in 1852 and home of the Yates County Genealogical & Historical Society, Inc. Repository for Yates County objects and archives.
  900. The Peace Museum, Chicago, IL. The Peace Museum is a not-for profit cultural and educational institution, located in Chicago, dedicated to the curation of peace art and artifacts. The first and only museum of it’s kind in the United States, our mission is to motivate adults, teens and children to achieve creative solutions to the problem of violence. The Peace Museum was founded in 1981 and has continued to provide innovative programs and exhibits of art and artifacts relating to peace and non-violence. The museum hosts over 10,000 visitors each year and has four exhibitions each year. The museums permanent collection includes John Lennon's guitar and original hand written lyric's of the song “Sunday Bloody Sunday” by U2 band member Bono.
  901. The Pensacola Museum of Art , Pensacola, FL. Current exhibitions, classes, lectures, educational programs.
  902. The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC. This institution Has a permanent collection of 19th and 20th century painting. There are frequent special exhibits, programs, and chamber music.
  903. The Pierpont Morgan Library, New York, NY. The Morgan Library is both a museum and a center for scholarly research, the Morgan Library is an extraordinary complex of buildings in the heart of New York City. Changing exhibitions are drawn from the permanent collections and from other museums and libraries providing access to some of the Western world's most significant cultural artifacts.
  904. The Pittsburgh Children's Museum, Pittsburgh, PA. Three floors of hands-on fun that is great for the whole family.
  905. The Rankin Museum of American and Natural History, Ellerbe, NC. Featuring 43 exhibits containing over 10,000 items: Natural History, Archaeology, Paleontology, and Early American Heritage.
  906. The Raphael Collazo Museum, New York, New York. Raphael Collazo, American (New York), born Puerto Rico, 1943–1990. Abstract Expressionist painter influenced by the Italian masters and the French 18th century painters, particularly Watteau. This digital exhibition and catalog contains images of over 200 works by the artist, including many in the collections of 15 museums in the United States and Puerto Rico. The web site is presented as a public service by The Estate of Raphael Collazo.
  907. The San Diego Maritime Museum, San Diego, CA. Presently the San Diego Maritime Museum¹s fleet of historic ships includes the 1863 British barque Star of India, the 1904 Scottish steam yacht Medea, and the 1898 San Francisco steam ferryboat Berkeley.
  908. The Schiele Museum of Natural History, Gastonia, NC. The museum includes a wide variety of collections and exhibits as well as a planetarium and beautiful Nature Trail. Learn about the areas history, both natural and historical.
  909. The Skyscraper Museum, New York, NY. The museum presents the construction history of the skyscraper: one of the United States' most significant contributions to 20th century world architecture and engineering
  910. The South Carolina Gold Museum, Pickens, SC. Gold mining and prospecting information on a world wide basis.
  911. The Soviet Military Awards Page, Buffalo, NY. The Soviet Military Awards Page is dedicated to providing information about military and labor awards from the former Soviet Union. This is a VIRTUAL museum.
  912. The Tesla Museum and Library, Colorado Springs, CO. Incredible inventions. Free electricity. Time travel. Death rays. Ozone generators. Unlimited wireless power anywhere on earth. Thought machines. Radio anti-gravity airships. These were all part of Nikola Tesla's life. He is also responsible for establishing alternating current as house current instead of direct current that Edison was promoting. Check Tesla out. He clearly was a man ahead of his time.
  913. The Textile Museum, Washington, DC. Founded in 1925 The Textile Museum is devoted to the study and presentation of handmade textile arts. The collection focuses on non-Western historic and ethnographic rugs and textiles.
  914. The United States Air Force Museum, Dayton, OH. The Wright-Patterson Air Force Museum contains the most complete collection of US military aricraft extant. A history of flying beginning with the Wright Brothers through the space program.
  915. The University of Iowa Museum of Art , Iowa City, IA. See selections from the more than 9000 works of art in the Permanent Collection including paintings, sculpture, prints, photographs, textiles, ceramics, silver and jade from cultures around the world, ancient and contemporary, plus special exhibitions and programs throughout the year.
  916. The University of Kansas Natural History Museum, Lawrence, KS. The museum discovers, documents, and disseminates knowledge about the earth's biological diversity, past and present, through exhibits, graduate and undergraduate education, research, and public service programs.
  917. The US Department of Interior Museum, Washington, DC. The Museum features collections from various DOI agencies covering topics such as mining and geology, water reclamation, western expansion, and Native American tribes. The Interior Museum's collections also contain fine art by some of America's best. The gallery of the museum regularly hosts visisting exibits by different artists. It is free and open to the public.
  918. The Virtual Smithsonian, Washington, DC. A virtual version of the Smithsonian's 150th Anniversary traveling exhibit, implemented with the most advanced 3D and video technology available, shows what will be possible when the next generation of internet becomes a reality.
  919. The WalkerAfrican-American Museum & Resarch Center, Las Vegas, NV. The museum is located in a temporary site, with its current exhibit consisting of "Black Memorabilia" reflecting our history through dolls, photos, stamps, books, magazines, newspaper articles, prints, autographs, celebrity food items, sports memorabilia, figurines, art, political memorabilia, etc. Items date back to the late 1800's, locally, nationally, and internationally.
  920. The Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore, MD. The Walters Art Gallery is a public art museum located in Baltimore's historic Mt. Vernon Cultural District. Its permanent collection ranges from ancient to medieval art and manuscripts to decorative objects, Asian art and Old Master and 19th-century paintings. Established by father and son collectors William and Henry Walters, the Walters Art Gallery is recognized internationally as one of the foremost art museums in the United States.
  921. The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, Salisbury, MD. Home to the world's most comprehensive collection of wildfowl carving, The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art invites you to explore this unique, indigenous North American art form from antique working decoys to internationally acclaimed contemporary sculptures and paintings.
  922. The Wayne County Historical Museum, Richmond, IN. The Wayne County Historical Museum has an excellent pioneer collection as well as an eclectic assortment of items gathered by the founder during her travels in the early 20th century. These items include an Egyptian mummy, a samurai warrior’s uniform, in addition to historical transportation vehicles, pottery, and an excellent current exhibit of historical costume.
  923. The World Museum of Mining, Butte, MT. The World Museum Of Mining, a national historical site, is dedicated to preserving the mining, ethnic, and social history of Butte, Montana.
  924. Three Rivers Children's Museum, Richland, WA. A hands-on educational facility designed for children ages 2-12 open year round offering a safe and secure environment.
  925. Tigertail Virtual Museum, Virtual... a north pole site, . 1500 fine images from 1400 to the present each restored to try to create the original image. This is a VIRTUAL museum.
  926. Timexpo Museum, Middlebury, CT. The Timexpo Museum scheduled to open in late 1998, will allow the visitor to travel from the history of Timex and its predecessor Waterbury Clock Company, to ways of experiencing time, to the possible voyages of the ancient world.
  927. Timken Museum of Art , San Diego, CA. Timken Museum of Art in San Diego. Most of the collection is online with annotation, in an easy 'pamphlet' layout.
  928. Tinker Swiss Cottage Museum, Rockford, Illinois. Visitors to this web site can take a panoramic virtual reality tour of this historical structure located in Rockford, Illinois. QuickTime VR software was used to create the 360 degree panoramic views of the interior and exterior of the cottage.
  929. Toaster Museum Foundation, Charlottesville, VA. A site devoted to educating, entertaining, and enlightening visitors about the history and cultural importance of the bread toaster.
  930. Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, OH. The Museum's collection contains more than 30,000 works of art and is highly regarded for its extensive glass collection as well as for its European and American paintings, Greek vases, graphic arts, and decorative arts.
  931. Toledo's Attic, Toledo, OH. This virtual museum is a result of combined efferts of the University of Toledo and the Lucas County Maumee valley Historical Society.
  932. Torpedo Factory Art Center, Alexandria, VA. Built in 1918 to manufacture torpedo shell cases, the building is now one of the largest art centers in the world, providing work and exhibition space for more than 155 artists. The Torpedo Factory is also home to five cooperative galleries, a professional art school, and the Alexandria Archaeology Museum.
  933. Trenton Police Museum, Trenton, NJ. The Trenton Police Museum tells the 200+ year history of the Trenton Police Department, through the use of many vintage photographs and Tables. Ideal for children and adults alike.
  934. Troy's River Spark Visitor Center, Troy, NY. Historical exhibits and interactive displays focusing on the history of labor and industry in Troy and the surrounding region.
  935. Truly Virtual Web Art Museum, Las Vegas, NV. Virtual reality galleries of digital art as contribution to indigenous Web cyber culture. This is a VIRTUAL museum.
  936. Truman Library & Museum, Independence, MO. Exhibits and collections related to the Presidency and life and times of Harry S. Truman, 33rd President of the United States.
  937. Turn Of The Century Electrotherapy Museum , Loxahatchee, FL. Quack Medical Devices, "Violet Ray" Devices, Antique Tesla Coils, Faradic Medical Batteries, Diathermy Machines, Arc Lamps, Magneto-Electric Machines, and more "shocking" and sometimes hilarious devices thought to cure disease. This is a virtual museum.
  938. U.S. Air Force Museum, Dayton, OH. The Air Force Museum houses a large collection of aircraft, engines and aviation equipment dating from the turn of the century to the present.
  939. U.S. Space & Rocket Center, Huntsville, AL. The Center houses the largest collection of missiles & rockets in the world. Includes Saturn V, full Shuttle stack, Apollo 16 capsule, Sky Lab trainer. Also home of Space Shot, a 4-G simulator.
  940. UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History, Westwood, CA. The UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History celebrates the diverse cultures and rich visual arts found throughout the world. Considered one of the world's leading university-based museums, and one of the foremost publishers of publications on non-Western arts and material culture, the Fowler Museum has established a permanent collection of more than 750,000 objects.
  941. Umatilla County Historical Society Museum , Pendleton, OR. History museum depicting the local history of Umatilla County, Oregon.
  942. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington DC.
  943. Univ. of IA Hospitals & Clinics Medical Museum, Iowa City, IA. The UIHC Medical Museum presents changing exhibitions on contemporary health topics which incorporate an historical perspective. The museum collections include approximately 4,000 artifacts, 1,000 books, and 1,000 photographs and documents.
  944. University Art Museum, Albany, New York.
  945. University Museum, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale , Carbondale, IL. This web site is dedicated to open communication, interactive problem solving, data gathering, resource sharing, and professional development.
  946. University Museums, University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS. of special note are the D. M. Robinson Collection of Greek and Roman Antiquities, the Millington-Barnard Collection of 19th-century scientific apparatus and collections of American southern, West African and Caribbean folk art, also dolls and decorative arts
  947. University of Alaska Museum Natural and cultural heritage.
  948. University of Arizona Museum of Art, . Includes a Permanent Gallery Exhibition.
  949. University of Arkansas Museum, Fayetteville. Anthropology, archeology, ethnology, history, geology, zoology.
  950. University of Kansas Museum of Anthropology , Lawrence, KS. Collections from around the world, both ethnographic and archaeological, highlight the diversity of human cultures. The Museum is about people--how they make their living, how they communicate and get along with each other, and what they believe. Permanent and temporary exhibits are housed in historic Spooner Hall on the University of Kansas campus. Educational programs for children and adults are offered. Collections include American Indian beadwork and baskets, African masks, Australian aboriginal bark paintings, Arctic hunting and fishing equipment, native South American material culture, Pre-Columbian pottery from Costa Rica and many other artifacts.
  951. University of Michigan Museum of Anthropology Archaeological, ethnographic and photographic collections.
  952. University of Michigan Museum of Art, Michigan.
  953. University of Missouri, Museum of Art and Archaeology, Columbia, MO. The Museum's collection, over 13,000 objects, is strong in classical art and archaeology, as well as European and American art from the 15th c. to the present. This site includes exhibit information, a virtual exhibit of Roman Coins and an extensive museum education page.
  954. University of Nebraska State Museum, Lincoln, NE. Natural history museum with collections & exhibits worldwide in scope but emphasizing the natural history of the state of Nebraska & the Great Plains. Research dvisions include anthropology, botany, entomology, parasitology, vertebrate paleontology and zoology.
  955. University of Oregon Museum of Art, Eugene, OR. As the largest state-supported Art Museum in Oregon, the University of Oregon Museum of Art houses over 12,500 works of art, including premier Asian and Pacific Northwest collections. Museum store and fountain courtyard on premises.
  956. University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Philadelphia, PA. Has sponsored over 300 expeditions around the world and have artifacts from every inhabited continent.
  957. University of Washington Fish Collection, Seattle, Washington. Includes a search gateway to the collection database (30,000 records).
  958. University of Wisconsin Stevens Point Museum of Natural History, Stevens Point, WI. Exhibits feature rocks and minerals, wildlife of North America and Africa, a fully articulated Allosaurus, and large bird egg collection. Two new African savanna dioramas include lion, cape buffalo, crocodile, hyena, and several antelope. Admission is free.
  959. University of Wyoming Art Museum, Laramie, WY. The UWAM is an educational institution with a mission to collect, preserve, exhibit, and interpret a broad spectrum of visual arts of the highest quality and of national importance that expands awareness and understanding of all of the visual arts and its impact on our culture for Wyoming's residents.
  960. USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park, Honolulu, HI. Dive into the intriguing history of the submarine known as the "Pearl Harbor Avenger," USS Bowfin (SS-287).
  961. USS Constellation, Baltimore, MD. The USS Constellation is the last all-sail warship built for the US Navy and the only Civil War era vessel afloat.
  962. Utah Museum of Fine Arts With links to other museums in Utah.
  963. Utah Museum of Natural History, Salt Lake City. Includes the natural history of genes.
  964. Valdez Museum and Historical Archive, Valdez, Alaska.
  965. Valley Forge Historical Society Museum, Valley Forge . See George Washington at Valley Forge.
  966. Van Lear Historical Society Miners' Museum, Van Lear, KY. Early 1930s coal-mining in eastern Kentucky. Numerous old photographs and history. The Website describes this non-profit "Bootstrap" museum effort to preserve the history of this once-thriving mining town.
  967. Varnum House Museum, Varnum Military Museum , East Greenwich, RI. The Varnum House Museum is the 1773 Federal Mansion built by Revolutionary War General James Mitchell Varnum, and is furnished as he would have had it. Includes period gardens in grounds of one acre. The Varnum Memorial Armory & Military Museum contains military artifacts from 15th century to 20th century.
  968. Vatican Art, Pittsburgh, PA. Art masterpieces from the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel.
  969. Ventura County Museum of History & Art, Ventura, CA. The Ventura County Museum of History & Art presents the history and art of Ventura County, California through a long-term exhibit titled "Ventura County in the New West." A smaller gallery features approximately five temporary exhibits per year on various subjects relating the county and California. The Smith Gallery exhibits the George Stuart Collection of Historical Figures, one-quarter life-size portraits of notable figures in world history.
  970. Vermont Historical Society Museum, Montpelier, VT. The Vermont Historical Society collects, preserves, and interprets Vermont history for use, education, and enjoyment by present and future generations.
  971. Vernon Wood Museum of Art, Dayton , NV. The Vernon Wood Museum is in the early stages of being built . The Web page Museum has been a big help in letting people know who Vernon Wood was .
  972. Vietnam Era Educational Center , Holmdel, NJ. The Vietnam Era Educational Center is dedicated to collecting, preserving and presenting a factual history about the Vietnam Era and those impacted by it.
  973. Views Of The Solar System, Los Alamos National Laboratory.
  974. Vintage Flying Museum, Meacham Field - Fort Worth Texas. Here you can see vintage aircraft, antique vehicles & support equipment displayed in a nostalgic B-29 hanger
  975. Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia.
  976. Virginia Museum of Natural History, Martinsville, VA. Virginia Museum of Natural History is the state museum offering exhibits, programs for adults and children, publications, special events. Seven research scientists on staff.
  977. Virtual Computer History Museum Historical Computer Society.
  978. Virtual Museum of Achievement, The American Academy of Achievement.
  979. Virtual Museum of Coal Mining in Western Pennsylvania, New Alexandria, PA. The coal mines and coal patches of western Pennsylvania, with miners names for some patches.
  980. Vizcaya, Miami, FL. Vizcaya is a museum for the European decorative arts with period rooms in the Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, and Neo-classic style. It is located in an Italian Renaissance style villa that was built between 1914 and 1916 as the winter residence of the industrialist James Deering. The villa is surrounded by formal gardens.
  981. W.M. Keck Museum, Reno, NV. The museum displays minerals, ore specimens, fossils and mining history objects, and is home to part of the Mackay Family Silver, created by Tiffany & Co.
  982. Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT.
  983. Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN. Contemporary Arts Museum.
  984. Walter Anderson Museum of Art, Ocean Springs, MS. The Walter Anderson Museum of Art is dedicated to the display of the interdisciplinary art of Walter Inglis Anderson, American master painter and naturalist.
  985. War Eagles Air Museum, Santa Teresa, NM. World War II and Korean conflict era flying museum. Many interesting pictures.
  986. Washington National Cathedral, Washington, DC.
  987. Washington State Museum of History and Industry, Seattle, WA. Exhibits feature Northwest themes such as the Alaska gold rush.
  988. Washington State Railroads Historical Society Museum, Pasco, WA. The WSRHS is dedicated to preserving the history of "All" the railroads that helped build the State of Washington. From the Great Northern Railway in the north, the Milwaukee Road in the middle, to the Northern Pacific, Union Pacific, and SP&S Railway.
  989. Watch and Clock Museum of the NAWCC , Columbia, PA. A museum detailing the history and technology of timekeeping.
  990. Waterloo Village Representing 300 years of Native American, Colonial, and 19th century Canal history.
  991. Wayne County Historical Society Museum, Lyons, NY. The Wayne County Historical Society Museum is housed in a former county jail and attached sheriff's home. Built in 1854, it now houses permanent and changing exhibits that represent the industry and people of Wayne County, New York.
  992. Weaving Art Museum and Research Institute, San Francisco, CA. This sites fascinating graphics and layout present the words tapestry, kelim, weaving and rug with a new level of and appreciation. Intriguing images of rare historic eastern Mediterranean area weavings are shown and examined in the commentary provided for each display,
  993. Wenham Museum, Wenham, MA. A delightful Museum of Family Life, offering visitors a historic view of how we have lived, worked, dressed and played from the 17th-century to today.
  994. West Point Museum, West Point, NY. The oldest and largest diversified public collection of militaries in the Western Hemisphere. Located at the United States Military Academy
  995. West Valley Museum, Woodland Hills, CA. Early photos of the West San Fernando Valley, artifacts and postal history.
  996. West Virginia State Museum, Charleston, WV. Collections and exhibits of West Virginia history and artwork. The Museum and its holdings are housed in The Cultural Center at the State Capitol, Charleston West Virginia.
  997. Western Aerospace Museum, Oakland, CA. Museum of aviation and aerospace with emphasis on aerospace and aviation of northern California. 24 airplanes, exhibits, gift shop, videos.
  998. Western Museum of Scouting, Los Angeles, Ca. History of Scouting from 1899 to present day.
  999. Westford Museum, Westford, MA. Perpetually changing artifacts and photographs chart the growth of this pretty and prosperous town. Cultural events include lectures, craft demonstrations, folk concerts and an annual Edgar Allen Poe commemorative evening.
  1000. Westmoreland Museum of American Art, Greensburg, PA. From smoky cityscapes and rural splendors, to heroes of history and toys from yesteryear -- it can all be found at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art, located 35 miles east of Pittsburgh in Greensburg. Pennsylvania.
  1001. Westville, Lumpkin, GA. Living History museum depicting life in the pre industrial south prior to 1850. contains 38 buildings, and has craftsmen demonstrating daily activities. Newsweek called Westville one of the ten best out-of-the-way museums in the USA.
  1002. Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, OH.
  1003. Whatcom Museum of History & Art, Bellingham, WA. The Whatcom Museum of History & Art's four-building campus includes Bellingham's Old City Hall, a Victorian landmark built in 1892, the Syre Education Center, the ARCO Exhibits Building and the Whatcom Children's Museum. The main Museum features temporary and permanent exhibitions of contemporary art and regional history. Open Tue-Sun 12-5.
  1004. Whatcom Museum of History and Art, Bellingham, WA. The Whatcom Museum of History and Art's four-building campus includes Old City Hall, a Victorian landmark built in 1892, the Syre Education Center, the ARCO Exhibition Galley and the Whatcom Children's Museum. The main Museum features temporary and permanent exhibitions of contemporary art and regional history. Open Tue-Sun 12-5.
  1005. WHEELS Museum, Albuquerque, NM. The Albuquerque Urban Council proposal to develop a $30 million dollar working museum and exhibit space in downtown Albuquerque, NM.
  1006. White House Virtual Tours, Washington.
  1007. Whitman Mission National Historical Site, Walla Walla, WA. The mission of Marcus and Narcissa Whitman at Waiilatpu was an important way station in the early days of the Oregon Trail. The Whitmans labored to bring Christianity to the Cayuse, but deep cultural differences and a measles epidemic led to violence in the area.
  1008. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York City. See also Hollywood Archaeology artist's WWW project.
  1009. Widbey ISLAND center for the ARTS, Whidbey, WA. Whidbey Island center for the Arts, LOCAL artists and information.
  1010. Wildlife World , Gering, NE. Featuring animals found in the North Platte Valley along the Oregon Trail in the 1850's and over 300 fasinating exotic animals from other parts of the world, past and present. The Baluchithere, a prehistoric rhinoceros, who roamed the Earth 25 million years ago is on exhibit along with other prehistoric animals and fossils.
  1011. Willard House Museum, Grafton, MA. Over 70 Willard clocks are exhibited in the birthplace and original workshop of the Willard clockmakers, along with family portraits, furnishings and other Willard family heirlooms.
  1012. William Hammond Mathers Museum, Indiana University . Departments of Anthropology, Folklore, and History
  1013. Winston Churchill Memorial & Library in the U.S., Fulton, MO. The Christopher Wren designed church of St. Mary the Virgin, Aldermanbury moved from London to Fulton. Below an extensive museum devoted to Sir Winston S. Churchill, Wren, WWII and the Cold War.
  1014. Winterthur Meseum, Wilmington, DE. The former country estate of Henry Francis du Pont, Winterthur is a museum filled with his collection of American decorative arts made or used in America between 1640 and 1860; a 60-acre garden that features color throughout the year; and a research library for the study of American art and material culture.
  1015. Wistariahurst Museum, Holyoke, MA. An elegant Beaux Arts mansion, Wistariahurst was home to two generations of silk manufacturers in Holyoke. Collections include decorative arts, furnishings, paintings, historic textiles and archival materials.
  1016. Wolfsonian, Miami Beach, FL. The Wolfsonian holds more than 70,000 objects predominantly from North America and Europe, providing rich evidence of the cultural, political, and technological changes that swept the world in the century preceding the end of World War II. The collection features furniture, decorative arts, industrial design, paintings, sculpture, architectural models, works on paper, books, and ephemera.
  1017. WonderLab Museum of Science, Health and Technology, Bloomington, IN. Hands-on excitement for children and their families within a few blocks of Indiana University.
  1018. Wooden Nickel Historical Museum, San Antonio, TX. Collection of Wooden Nickels in various categories
  1019. Woodlands Science and Art Center, The Woodlands, TX. We are a non-profit corporation dedicated to bringing science and the arts to The Woodlands (about 25 miles north of Houston). Our goal is to have our own building in the near future -- a science activity center for student field trips during the week and a performance space for plays and music in the evenings and on weekends. For the time being we're hosting local science lectures and performance events.
  1020. Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA.
  1021. World Kite Museum, Long Beach, WA. Art, history and science make the World Kite Museum an amazing place to visit, unique experience, a museum that is "fun." Kites from around the world, Japan, China, Indonesia, United States and many more countries.
  1022. Wright Museum, Wolfeboro, New Hampshire. A museum of American enterprise.
  1023. Wyandotte Museum, Wyandotte, MI. Restored 1896 Victorian home serves as the City of Wyandotte's historical museum.
  1024. Wylie House Museum, Bloomington, Indiana.
  1025. WyoBraska Natural History Museum, GERING , NE. The museum has over 250 species of mounted wildlife, most of which are full mounts, displayed in their natural habitat. A replica of the Baluchithere, the largest mammal ever to walk the earth, shown actual size 19ft.high and 30ft long.
  1026. Wyoming Dinosaur Center, Thermopolis, WY. Fossil life & exhibits, full size dinosaur skeletons; preparation laboratory (visitors may watch); active dig sites, dig site tours, dig-for-a-day programs, kids' programs, educational activities
  1027. Wyoming State Museum, Cheyenne. The Wyoming State Museum interprets the history and prehistory of the state of Wyoming
  1028. Yakima Valley Museum, Washington. Historical displays, including natural history, Native American culture, fruit industry, early pioneer life, and horse-drawn vehicles.
  1029. Yakima Valley Rail and Steam Museum, Toppenish, WA. Since a rather humble beginning, the Museum Association has expanded into a successful organization that oversees 45 miles of track known as the Toppenish, Simcoe and Western Railroad, as well as the restoration of historic Northern Pacific Steam Engine
  1030. Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, CT. The YCBA holds one of the most comprehensive collections of British Art outside of London. The Center places special emphasis on art from the 17th Century to the present.
  1031. Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, Yale University, New Haven, CT. Over 11 million specimens/objects from the curatorial disciplines of Anthropology, Botany, Vertebrate Paleontology, Vertebrate Zoology, Pale botany, Entomology, Invertebrate Zoology, Invertebrate Paleontology, Mineralogy, Historical Scientific Instruments, Meteorites.
  1032. Yale University Art Gallery
  1033. Yeshiva University Museum, New York, NY. Yeshiva University Museum (YUM) collects, preserves and interprets over 3,000 years of Jewish life, history, art and culture. It has attracted renown for its scholarly publications and changing exhibitions which reveal the panoramic landscape of Jewish culture.
  1034. ZEUM, San Francisco, CA. Hands-on art and technology center. Create animation, multimedia, 3d modeling, performing arts, etc. Targeted at ages 8-18.

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