There are wonderful museums with lots of photographs of 1920's musicals.
I don't particularly like showing furniture on pedestals, but for whatever reasons you always have to in museums.
There are so many great galleries and museums in London, but they can be very crowded during the day.
When you think about it, department stores are kind of like museums.
My dad's great. He's an amazing artist. A sculptor. He's wonderful and supportive. I love going to museums with him - we talk about... everything.
Dallas is a huge city. Great shopping, great restaurants, great museums.
I spend all day in museums. I even eat my lunch in the museum, and I take a nap for one hour there.
I like museums in Berlin a lot, especially in the eastern part. They're extraordinarily good.
The most awful museums are in China. They have magnificent stuff on display and just the worst way of displaying it. They just don't spend money on lighting and installation.
I love England though; I've been back a few times and just love it. My favorite thing to do there is going to museums and all the castles. Oh, and my husband and I went mountain biking across England on our honeymoon!
My favorite museums are things like the Frick Museum in New York and the Huntington Hartford in Pasadena where it's someone's home that you walk through.
Cincinnatians support a symphony, an opera, a ballet, museums, many galleries and theater groups.
I love museums but I don't want to live in one.
I like to read, walk, cook, and travel to cities. We live in the country, so we miss museums and the bustle of city life.
Museums provide places of relaxation and inspiration. And most importantly, they are a place of authenticity. We live in a world of reproductions - the objects in museums are real. It's a way to get away from the overload of digital technology.
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