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  • Maria Carkagis

    This reminds me of an experience while we were travelling through Glasgow some time ago. We went to visit the Kelvingrove Museum where we were thrilled to find the first signs we saw said 'TOUCH ME' rather than the usual, negative 'Do not touch the exhibits'- and the building was full of visitors - families, older people, young teens - all touching and talking and partaking of live demonstrations of skills and experiences long lost - it was a wonderful, uplifting experience of what CAN be!

  • Lindsey Smith

    I love family traditions and I'm glad yours revolves around creativity and art. This is so fun! MY favorite museum is the V&A (in London!) Have you been there? Next summer, when I am in NYC, I will definitely check out the MET!

  • Kevin Elliott

    This is precisely why we are building Mused (a museum and historical interest social platform). It is quite amazing how many museums are undiscovered that offer significant cultural value, just waiting for people to find and explore. I'm not sure I could personally visit the same museum weekend after weekend, as I like to spread my love across many museums, but I do find that to be quite an accomplishment! Congrats!