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The New Neuberger Museum of Art

The Neuberger Museum of Art, part of Purchase University in Southeastern New York, was founded in 1974 to house the donation of just over a hundred works of art by Roy Neuberger. Since then, it’s grown to accommodate more than 6,000 pieces. The museum showcases artists from the 20th and 21st centuries, including the newest […]

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Fun Things to do this Halloween: Visit the Poe Museum

The Poe Museum, located in Richmond, Virginia, houses the world’s finest Poe memorabilia. Items include original manuscripts, rough drafts, letters, and even personal belongings. The museum, which opened in 1922, is only blocks away from Poe’s first Richmond home. It’s also mere minutes away from his first place of employment, the Southern Literary Messenger. One […]

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The Museum of Bad Art

Calling all crappy artists! The Museum of Bad Art wants your subpar work. Yep, you heard that right. There’s a museum in Massachusetts that’s dedicated to preserving shoddy drawings and paintings. Their slogan is, “Art Too Bad to be Ignored.” Established in the autumn of 1993, the Museum of Bad Art presented its first exhibition […]

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The Museum of Pez Memorabilia

It’s exactly as it sounds: an entire museum dedicated to Pez dispensers. The Burlingame Museum of Pez Memorabilia (located just five minutes south of the San Francisco airport) features every Pez model ever sold. The collection includes well over 1,000 dispensers. This year, the museum is celebrating its 20th anniversary. Established in 1927, Pez was […]

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