Museums Issue 2024


Museums & Attractions Directory

Discover Museums, Galleries and Attractions. Click to view location and links.

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    Key West Museum of Art & History at the Custom House
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    The Studio of Key West
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    Key West Tropical & Botanical
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    History of Diving Museum
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    Keys History & Discovery Center
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    Lowe Art Museum
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    Deering Estate
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    Virginia Key Beach Park & Trust
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    Miami Center for Architecture & Design
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    Jewish Museum of Florida
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    World Erotic Art Museum
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    FIU Urban Studios (MBUS)
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    African Heritage Cultural Arts Center
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    Pérez Art Museum Miami
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    Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami
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    The Frank Gallery
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    Flamingo Gardens
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    Art & Culture Center of Hollywood
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    History Fort Lauderdale
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    NSU Art Museum
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    Broward Art Guild
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    Bonnet House Museum & Gardens
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    World AIDS Museum
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    Young At Art Museum
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    Stonewall National Museum & Archives
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    Children’s Science Exploratorium at Sugar Sand Park
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    Old School Square
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    Yesteryear Village
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    Norton Museum of Art
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    Rollins Museum of Art
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    Frank Lloyd Wright at Florida Southern College
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    Keel Farms
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    Carrollwood Cultural Center
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    M.A.P.S. Museum
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    Museum of Science and Industry
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    Florida Aquarium
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    Tampa Museum of Art
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    Henry B. Plant Museum
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    Sunsets at Pier 60
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    Suntan Art Center
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    Museum of Fine Arts
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    St. Petersburg Museum of History
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    James Museum
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    Florida Holocaust Museum
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    The Dalí
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    The Ringling
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    Towles Court
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    Sarasota Art Museum
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    Circus Sarasota
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    Fernbank Museum
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    Atlanta Botanical Garden
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    Georgia Aquarium
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    High Museum of Art
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    World of Coca-Cola
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    Center For Puppetry Arts
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    The Breman Museum
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    SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion + Film
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    Woodstock Cultural Arts Village
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    Bartow History Museum
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    Savoy Automobile Museum
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    Tellus Science Museum
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10 World-Famous Museums You Must Visit in Your Lifetime

10 World-Famous Museums You Must Visit in Your Lifetime

By: Annie Sparks

The world is full of incredible museums, each one housing priceless works of art and artifacts. From the Louvre in Paris to the Smithsonian in Washington D.C., there's a museum out there for everyone. But with so many options, it can be difficult to decide which ones are worth your time. That's why we've put together a list of 10 world-famous museums that you absolutely must visit in your lifetime. So whether you're an art lover or a history buff, there's something on this list for you.

1. The Louvre, Paris

The Louvre is one of the most famous museums in the world, and for good reason. Home to some of the most iconic works of art in history, including the Mona Lisa and the Venus de Milo, the Louvre is a must-see for any art lover. Located in the heart of Paris, the Louvre is also one of the largest museums in the world, with over 35,000 works of art on display.

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Museums: So Much More Than Just Art

Museums: So Much More Than Just Art

By: Annie Sparks

When most people think of museums, their first thought is probably art. Paintings, sculptures, photography—these are the things that often come to mind when we hear the word “museum”. But what if I told you there was so much more to museums than just art? That’s right, there are museums out there devoted to just about everything imaginable! Let’s take a look at some of the weird and wonderful places that exist outside the traditional art museum (Like the 10 World-Famous Museums).

The Museum of Bad Art (MOBA)

For all those who have ever been told that their artwork is bad and should never be shown in public – this one’s for you! Located in Boston, MOBA is dedicated solely to displaying works of art that are not only considered bad by most conventional standards, but also by the artists themselves. From distorted landscapes painted on velvet to abstract interpretations of famous works of art gone awry – these pieces are guaranteed to make you laugh and appreciate your own artistic endeavors (no matter how bad they may be).

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