Considered the holy grail of the museum’s collection is George Washington’s headquarters tent that he used from 1778 to 1783.
The bright blue home is a treasure chest of history.
The museum has become something of a sparkling mineral in its own right.
The fine watchmaking company has a museum, and is on constant alert for rare, historically significant pieces and artifacts which would have a great place at the locations.
New York City’s compact museum, tucked inside a defunct elevator shaft, succeeds in capturing the minutiae of everyday life as well as it does the complexities of the human spirit.
For Malaspina Printmakers, it is not a question of innovation versus tradition; rather, this vibrant artist-run centre, which melds gallery and studio space in a unique, multidisciplinary workshop, upholds both.
Stefan Sagmeister's lessons in joy.
“How happy are you?” A row of giant gumball machines accompanies the probing question at the entrance of Stefan Sagmeister’s “The Happy Show”, on at the Museum of Vancouver now through September 7.
The Beaty Biodiversity Museum at the University of British Columbia is home to over two million specimens between six collections.