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Introducing Time Travel!

If only historians had access to time machines…. it would make our work so much easier! Unfortunately, we don’t. Instead we have to help the visitor to feel like they have a better understanding of how people lived in the … Continue reading

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To Infinity and Beyond!

“Museums are not just storage places.” -Susan Wertheim of the National Gallery of Art Museums can be many things but their first priority is to the visitor. Families, millennials, children, adults, each museum has a visitor base that they want … Continue reading

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The 5-W’s (and one H)

All through elementary school we are taught that the “5-W’s” (Who, What, Where, When, Why) and one “H” (How) are the words you use to create questions that can start conversations, and help you learn about the world around you. … Continue reading

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