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Catus Garden Paths

Published 2 months ago by Allan Der

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Desert plant collection at Wrigley Memorial Garden. Created by Ada Wrigley and horticulturalist Albert Conrad in 1935. In 1969 the garden was revit<a href="">...(more)</a>

Manzanar Guard Tower

Published 3 months ago by Allan Der

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Reconstructed guard tower at the Manzanar Relocation Center. A reminder to the residence, despite their efforts at making it feel like home, they are prisoners.

Manzanar Block 32 Park

Published 9 months ago by Allan Der

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During the years of interment, the residence tried to make the best of it. They constructed many gardens and ponds as a refuge from camp life. <a href="">...(more)</a>

Gettysburg Museum of History

Published 10 months ago by Allan Der

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Museum of history is a private, with "As seen on TV" signs distributed on items around the museum. Exhibits is a little of everything, ki<a href="">...(more)</a>

St. Louis Science Center

Published about 1 year ago by John Ivy

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One of the best science centers I've run into. All kind of things that kids are interested in. And some things they didn't know they were interested i<a href="">...(more)</a>

Museum of the Island of Cozumel

Published about 1 year ago by Stan Hillhouse

License license above web site."Professionally presented disp<a href="">...(more)</a>

The Hunterian Museum #1

Published over 2 years ago by Gary Quigg

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An eclectic collection of specimens and anatomy exhibits. Strangely wonderful and a great space to wander about. Lots of interactive exhibits t<a href="">...(more)</a>

Phoenix Museum of History

Published about 5 years ago by Rob van Gils

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The Phoenix Museum of History traces the history of Phoenix from the arrival of the first white settlers until the present day. The muse<a href="">...(more)</a>