The Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) has many things to offer its visitors, including one that might be unpleasant for those with sensitive noses
The wonderful Rosé Mansion is a dream come true for rosé lovers. The pop-up museum not only offers a fun experience, it also educates its visitors.
Image of War museum will open in Croatia this summer after collecting more than $8,000 for its first exhibition. The first crowdfunded museum in the country aims to show the effects of war to the society.
The Bob Dylan Center is set to open in 2021. It will house Dylan’s archive collected during his six-decade career which includes manuscripts, films, unreleased recordings, artworks, videos, personal documents, and many more.
The Louvre museum has dedicated a tour to Beyonce and Jay-Z’s ‘Apes**t’ video featuring works in the museum as a backdrop. The 90-minute tour will take visitors on each artwork, including Nike of Samothrace and Mona Lisa.
Step into a one of a kind experience of a borderless installation at teamLab’s Borderless exhibit in Mori Building Digital Art Museum in Japan. The dream-like installation is created by 470 projectors and 520 computers.
Home to the rich past of the city, the Philadelphia History Museum is set to close down after Temple University pulled out from its partnership. The museum cannot maintain its operation during public visiting hours, and its future is uncertain.
Travelers visiting Florida will be treated to yet another great sight. The Art in Public Spaces Program of the Cultural Arts Alliance of Walton County is set to open America’s first ever Underwater Museum Art, which will be the home to seven larger than life structures.
Travelers looking for an adventure that’s off the beaten path will love Chicago. Here's a list of underrated but beautiful attractions in the city where tourists won't have to worry about large crowds.
This is not so common, but it exists. A hotel not allowed its guests to stay and spend a night with the works done by famous artists.
The National WWII Museum will now offer fast torpedo rides to the public from a WWII boat in Lake Pontchartrain, New Orleans on April 1. The Patrol Torpedo boat, PT-305, the world's only fully restored combat-veteran vessel, will bring interested locals and travelers into a 90-minute ride on the waters and another 45-minute deck tour about the history of the patrol boats.
The National Museum of the United States Army will begin construction this month in Fort Belvoir, Va. to honor US soldiers and educate the public the history and notable works of the army in the country. Costing about $200 million, the museum will commemorate the works of over 30 million individuals who have dedicated themselves to service since 1775.
The National Civil Rights Museum will celebrate a yearlong commemoration of the 50th death anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on April 4, 2017, to April 4, 2018. The event called, "MLK50: Where Do We Go from Here," will hold activities that focus on rights and non-violent protests on peace, poverty, justice, decent housing and quality education among many others.
A 17th Century Renaissance Palace in Spain kept a laboratory that creates perfumes, essential oils, ceramics, medicinal plants, spices, teas, infusions and gourmet products among many others. The Patio De Los Perfumes provides visitors a chance to know the history of the perfumery and the rare ingredients used by most perfumers.
A mobile app has been deployed to the masses as a means to access more information about artworks in different museums around the world. Smartify provides art commentaries on your phone as it gets you to you to scan, identify and save art while also offering as a guide in any partner museum or gallery.