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  • Scottish fisheries Museum

  • Situated in Anstruther, in the heart of the Fife fishing community, the Museum tells and researches the story of the Scottish fishing industry and its people from the earliest times to the present. The comprehensive Collection includes ships, models, paintings, photographs, equipment and the written word.

  • Basel - City of culture

  • Official website of Basel, Switzerland, where much information about cultural projects in the area can be found


  • Perhaps the largest scuba diving and related links directory on the web.

  • Killhope The North of England Lead Mining Museum

  • Killhope is accredited as a ‘Quality Assured Visitor Attraction’ where visitors can discover the lives of Lead Mining families. Park Level mine is a real adventure. Equipped with hardhat, lamp and wellies you are guided down the original tunnel. On the surface, dress up in Victorian style clothes and work as a washer boy and find your own lead ore. See the North of England’s largest working water wheel, meander through quiet Woodland Walks. Exhibitions, Shop and Café enhance your memorable day out. There’s lots to see and do for all ages with special events and childrens workshops running through out the season.

  • Foster Travel Publishing

  • Insightful, award-winning travel articles and photos on 200 worldwide destinations, with emphasis on the natural history and cultural resources, such as museums, at each destination. The articles give a travel consumer or armchair traveler the essence of the travel destination.

  • Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa

  • Home of the Albany Museum, the National Arts Festival and situated in the heart of Frontier Country. Grahamstown is the perfect base from which to explore the magnificent scenery, architecture and history of the Eastern Cape and Frontier Country!

  • The Houston Museum of Natural Science

  • HMNS is the home of several remarkable exhibits including the world renowned Cullen Hall of Gems and Minerals, the largest collection of Native American artifacts in the southwest in the Hall of the Americas and the home of the first Challenger Learning Center.

  • State Historical Museum of Iowa

  • The State Historical Museum of Iowa serves as an exciting place where Iowans and other visitors experience the past. State-of-the-art exhibits allow you to learn about and enjoy the past in a way you never have before. The exhibits enable you to to see, hear, and even touch Iowa's history. Another of the building's attractions is the state library and archives, where genealogical and historical researchers uncover the past. Shop at the Museum Store for a wide variety of gifts and books, and dine at the Terrace Cafe, featuring beautiful views of Iowa's golden-domed State Capitol and downtown Des Moines.

  • Museum Center

  • A collection of Museums from around the world to explore and expand your knowledge. From the weird to the wonderful!

  • The Northern California Natural History Museum

  • Our mission is to provide the citizens and children of Northern California with a community-gathering institution to "Explore, Celebrate, and Conserve" the stunning biological, geological, and natural heritage of Northern California. We combine the resources of the entire region and California State University, Chico to provide an educational and culturally enriching site where families, school classes, clubs, and friends can gather for a variety of activities: -To learn about the natural history of Northern California, past and present -To compare Northern California's habitats with others in North America and the world - To explore interactions between our region's environment and the people who live here, including the original Native Americans -To participate in the exhilaration of "doing science" -To learn about our region's critical habitats and then visit the habitats on field trips

  • provides hundreds of admission-free attractions throughout Ohio

  • Ohio travel and tourist attractions, including medical museums and natural history museums in Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati, Northeast Ohio, Central Ohio, Southwest Ohio, Northwest Ohio and Southeast Ohio

  • Ottawa Entertainment.Ca

  • entertainment information website for Ottawa Canada

  • Yale University Peabody Museum

  • Peabody Museum of Natural History, New Haven, Connecticut. Best known for its collection of dinosaurs.

  • Mississippi Museum of Natural Science

  • Provides education materials, threatened and endangered species searches, coloring books for children and online exhibits.

  • National Museum of Natural History, Leiden

  • Founded in 1820, the museum's collection spans almost two centuries and includes animal specimens, stones, minerals and fossils.

  • Dallas Museum of Natural History

  • A collections-based, research-driven public natural history museum. Site includes details about membership, exhibits, merchandise, schedules, educational programs, and volunteer opportunities.

  • The Manchester Museum

  • International collection of natural history artifacts. Newly opened aquarium and vivarium. Site of first international Mummy Tissue Bank.

  • University of Michigan Museum of Zoology

  • Museum collections and web resources related to biodiversity, insects, fishes, mollusks, mammals, birds, and reptiles/amphibians.

  • Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, UC Berkeley

  • Permanent collection presents a historical record of mammals and amphibians, with information about their ecology, evolution and geographic distribution. Also has tissue samples for use in molecular studies of evolution, field notes, topographic maps, photographs of specimens and their habitats, original drawings of specimens, and a collection of natural sounds (primarily bird vocalizations) on tape.

  • Sternberg Museum of Natural History

  • Exhibit, admission, and membership information for the Fort Hays State University collection. Hays, Kansas.

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