YOU get to decide my last Weekly Museum Visit!


Vote on where I should go for my very last museum visit!

I have so far visited 90 new sites for the Weekly Museum Visits project. I will be starting an intensive paralegal certificate program in 2 weeks – meaning that my 91st and 92nd Weekly Museum Visits, the last two, are imminent. Though I will always love museums, my career path is taking a new focus, and WMV is coming to an end.

This week’s visit will be a fun excursion with friends to celebrate my birthday. For next week’s visit – the final one – I am putting the destination up to a vote. Though I am running out of places to visit after going to so many already, there are still some left to choose from!

Please vote by leaving a comment.

The choices:

Thank you for voting!

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About Laura

Paralegal with Master of Arts in Teaching in Museum Education, frequent museum visitor, based in Washington, DC. I care about what museums can do, both in terms of public offerings and internal practices, to make the world a better place. I blog about museum education ("informed"), the social work of museums ("humane"), and visitor experience ("citizenry").
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11 Responses to YOU get to decide my last Weekly Museum Visit!

  1. Shelby says:

    The Athenaeum sounds really neat!

  2. meradism says:

    I agree, my vote is for the Athenaeum!

  3. Brooke says:

    Oh, easy for me. The Library of Congress & the Danny Kaye exhibit (I love him)

  4. Diana says:

    Madame Tussauds!!! It sounds like it would be really fun and unlike anything else you’ve covered before on your blog 🙂

  5. Carol DiSciullo says:

    The Alexandria Black History Museum. It looks like it has a very nice outdoor area for contemplation.

  6. Sarah says:

    Danny Kaye exhibit at Library of Congress! White Christmas!

  7. Elizabeth K says:

    1. IDB gallery–then come have lunch with me!
    2. Alexandria Black History Museum–it is awesome!
    3. Madame Tussaud’s is NOT a museum

    • Laura DiSciullo says:

      I’ve gone to a lot of places that could be considered not a museum (and at least one that is for-profit). I think it could be interesting to go to a questionable one and evaluate it. What about Madame Tussaud’s do you think makes it not a museum?

  8. Catherine Kruchten says:

    I’d be curious to hear your take on Madame Tussaud’s, too! Barring that, either the Athenaeum or the Archaeology museum.

  9. Jim DiSciullo says:

    The Liebrary of Congress was featured in Dan Brown book, so it’s a no-browner.

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