Clubbing and bar hopping are not the only things to do after sun down. Denise Pulis gives tips about how to extend your bed time with activities that won't get you anywhere near a bar or a dance floor.
From a frozen-in-time apothecary to a surprisingly fascinating homage to flour, Sara Gates recommends a selection of 15 smaller, quirkier American alternatives to the traditional museum-going experience.
The world is full of sex museums, fertility festivals, shrines, temples, and both ancient and modern sculptures depicting love making. Denise Pulis shares some of the best and most curious sex and fertility related sites around the world.
Art education is part of any child's holistic learning process and one of the best ways to develop art appreciation is to bring your children to a museum. Prime Sarmiento gives some tips on how to make museum trips fun and interesting for kids (and adults too!).
World's Fairs are designed as windows into the future, but memorable events have left a few monuments to the past. Matthew Stone highlights 12 famous buildings, from Knoxville to Paris, left over from World’s Fairs.
For some us, traveling can be a sort of pilgrimage, not the religious kind, but one which makes us seek out the homes of some of the most inspirational people in the world. Denise Pulis shares a few of her favorite homes turned museums, but she knows there are many, many more.
History should be more than the class you slept through in high school. Autumn Birt compiles a list of Living History museums throughout the world that will bring the past alive in a way no teacher ever could.