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John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art
Sarasota, Florida

Initially built to house John Ringling's personal art collection, the John and Maple Mu

Kenosha Public Museum
Kenosha, Wisconsin

Established in 1933, the Museum's collections have grown to over 70,000, including almo

Longmont Museum & Cultural Center
Longmont, Colorado

Two of the four exhibit galleries, the Longmont gallery and the Longs Peak Room, contai

Lost River Museum And Craft Cooperative
Lost River, West Virginia

Featuring the artifacts and exhibits of early history of the Lost River Valley, the mus

Lyman Museum & Mission House
Hilo, Hawaii

Today, the Mission House has been preserved, and is on both the State and National Regi

Maryland Historical Society
Baltimore, Maryland

The Maryland Historical Society houses the most significant

Millicent Rogers Museum
Taos, New Mexico

The Millicent Rogers Museum's setting, with views of the many-hued Sangre de Cristo mou

Monacan Ancestral Museum
Amherst, Virginia

The Monacan Indian Nation of Virginia is a small tribe today, composed of about 1,400 p

Mount Kearsarge Indian Museum
Warner, New Hampshire


Museum At Bethel Woods
Bethel, New York

The Museum at Bethel Woods is an immersive and captivating multi-media experience that

Museum Center At 5ive Points
Cleveland, Tennessee

Featuring the rich history of the Ocoee River and Chattanooga region, the Museum Center

Museum Of Early Trades And Crafts
Madison, New Jersey

The mission of the Museum of Early Trades & Crafts is to enhance the understanding

Museum Of Eastern Shore Life
Centreville, Maryland

Building on the dreams of a group from the local farming community, including farmer, s

Museum Of The Cherokee Indian
Cherokee, North Carolina

The Museum of the Cherokee Indian has just installed a completely new exhibit that comb

Museums Of Old York
York, Maine

The Museums of Old York, formerly the Old York Historical Society, is the product of a

National 4 String Banjo Hall Of Fame Museum
Guthrie, Oklahoma

National Ceramic Museum
Roseville, Ohio

The people of the Woodland Indian cultures (from 800 B.C.E.) were the first people in S

National Steinbeck Center
Salinas, California

In the tradition of John Steinbeck, the center draws its inspiration from the diverse p

Northeastern Nevada Museum And Historical Society
Elko, Nevada

Exhibits at this museum cover a wide range of topics about the area, from Native Americ

Old Sturbridge Village
Sturbridge, Massachusetts

Old Sturbridge Village is the largest living history museum in New England, spanning o

Penobscot Marine Museum
Searsport, Maine

Penobscot's collection is housed in five different buildings, all dating from the first

People's Center
Pablo, Montana

The People's Center is the place to experience the rich cultural heritage of the Salish

Petroglyph National Monument
Albuquerque, New Mexico

The Visitor Center is the best place to start at Petroglyph National Monument.

Pioneer Settlement For The Creative Arts
Barberville, Florida

The Pioneer Settlement for the Creative Arts, Inc.

Renwick Gallery
Washington, District Of Columbia

The Renwick Gallery, a branch of the Smithsonian American Art Museum, features one of t

Ritz Theatre & Lavilla Museum
Jacksonville, Florida

The Ritz Theatre & LaVilla Museum celebrates the rich legacy of the African-America

Riverside Metropolitan Museum
Riverside, California

As the founding collection at the Riverside Metropolitan Museum, the Anthropology Colle

Rufus Porter Museum
Bridgton, Maine

Rufus Porter, an artist and inventor who lived from 1792 - 1884 and spent his boyhood y

Saco Museum
Saco, Maine

The museum's galleries are set up to allow changing exhibitions sho

Salisbury University Archives
Salisbury, Maryland

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