Monthly Archives: July 2010

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Summer holiday fun at National Railway Museum York

This summer, the National Railway Museum present a jam-packed schedule of activities to keep the whole family entertained. The theme is the seaside, 1930s style – we’re celebrating the 175th anniversary of the Great Western […]

Erie Art Museum Awarded Museums for America Grant

The Erie Art Museum is proud to announce that it has received a Museums for America grant for $91,714 from the federal Institute of Museum and Library Services, to support the Museum’s popular Kids As […]

Summer at Naper Settlement Museum Village

Enjoy hands-on activities and special demonstrations all summer long as Naper Settlement celebrates “Summer at the Settlement” at its historic museum village, located at 523 S. Webster St. in Naperville. Ongoing activities include the popular […]

Peabody Essex Museum Hosts Art Museum Libraries Symposium

SALEM, MA – Libraries, archives, and museums face similar challenges. Libraries and archives affiliated with art museums have a second layer of concerns to consider in determining how they best relate to their parent institution. […]

Penrith and Eden Museum to Open After Refurbishment

Penrith and Eden Museum will reopen after refurbishment Penrith and Eden Museum is temporarily closed as work is underway to make the venue more accessible to disabled visitors but also increase space for temporary exhibitions […]