An open-air museum (or open air museum) is a museum that exhibits collections of buildings and artifacts out-of-doors. They are also frequently known as museums of buildings or folk museums. The concept of an open-air museum originated in Scandinavia in the late 19th century and spread widely.
Spanning 430,000 square feet and encompassing an entire city block, Museum of the Bible has a team of technology and design experts developing a way to provide guests of diverse ages, interests and backgrounds a customizable roadmap to navigate the museum's massive eight floors teeming with unique content.
It takes a team of conservators and hours of meticulous preparation and care to get a textile ready for display in the museum. These photos take you inside our lab at the Avenir Center to see how we prepared two objects from The Textile Museum collections that are now on view in the galleries ...
Toy Attractions at the World’s Largest Toy Museum Complex. The World’s Largest Toy Museum Complex holds over one million toy attractions within 6 museums and multiple collections. It’s an eclectic collection of toys that range from the 19 th century to present day.
A wax museum or waxworks usually consists of a collection of wax sculptures representing famous people from history and contemporary personalities exhibited in lifelike poses, wearing real clothes. Some wax museums have a special section dubbed the "Chamber of Horrors", in which the more grisly exhibits are displayed.