Who designed the Philadelphia Museum of Art?

Answer The Philadelphia Museum of Art was originally founded in 1876 and has been expanded numerous times. Construction of the current building began in 1919 and was designed by Horace Trumbauer of the fi... Read More »

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Who designed the Dallas Museum of Art?

The Dallas Museum of Art, founded in 1903, has been in its present downtown location since 1984. The building was designed by American Modernist architect Edward Larrabee Barnes. Barnes also design... Read More »

How to Enjoy a Museum?

Enjoying a museum visit means finding out what works for you when you go. There are so many possible ways to keep yourself entertained in a wide variety of museums, that there is bound to be someth... Read More »

How to Become a Museum Docent?

A docent is a guide or lecturer at a museum, art gallery or zoo. Docents at a museum typically train, study and lead tours for children and adults. You do not have to be an historian, but teaching ... Read More »

What was the first anthropology museum?

The Kunstkammer, which is officially known as the Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography, located in St. Petersburg, Russia, was founded in 1718 by Peter the Great. It is the oldest anthropology m... Read More »