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One display urges museumgoers to join hands and create a human chain—
All museumgoers are welcome, but only those 5 and older can take part in this annual event’s biggest attraction: helping to hold and feed some of the young birds.
Museumgoers can see a number of exhibits mentioned in the book, like the mummy and the bronze cat in the Egyptian wing.
BOSTON — A new exhibition of Sandro Botticelli's paintings, including some never seen in the U.S., will give museumgoers a glimpse into the artist's own search for sanctity.
Opposing voices or opinions from museumgoers are scarce, while professional assessments are neither novel enough to challenge the art enthusiast nor clear enough to engage the newcomer.
The Greater Bethel AME Church choir will sing at 2:30 in the museum’s atrium; vocalist Kusawn Foster will welcome museumgoers with songs.
In the upcoming exhibit in Leiden, museumgoers will have the opportunity to virtually remove layer upon layer of mummification materials, exposing the 49 crocodiles beneath.
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