Museum of the Bible

The Museum of the Bible is a museum in Washington D.C. which documents the narrative, history and impact of the Bible. The museum opened on November 17, 2017. The museum has 1,150 items in its permanent collection and 2,000 items on loan from other institutions and collections.Wikipedia

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Brooklyn Museum: Egypt

The Brooklyn Museum is an art museum located in the New York City borough of Brooklyn. At 560,000 square feet, the museum is New York City’s third largest in physical size and holds an art collection with roughly 1.5 million works. Located near the Prospect Heights, Crown Heights, Flatbush, and Park Slope neighborhoods of Brooklyn …

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Children’s Museum of Indianapolis: Take Me To China

Take Me There:® China is one of the largest comprehensive exhibits on contemporary China ever produced in the U.S. The second in the museum’s series of in-depth Take Me There exhibits, Take Me There: China enables visitors to explore ancient traditions as well as modern-day activities through art, music, food, tea culture, and traditional Chinese medicine. Through changing live performances …

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Children’s Museum of Indianapolis: Dinosphere

Created by: Now You’re in Their World Thundering footsteps. Unusual plants. A brilliantly colored sky and changing weather. Where are you? You’ve been transported to the land of dinosaurs—over 65 million years ago. Be on the lookout! Tyrannosaurs, Triceratops, Maiasauras, and more are roaming nearby. Come face to face with full-size dinosaur skeletons. Dig for dinosaur bones. See …

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Leonardo Museum

Created by: Virtual World Tours The Leonardo Museum of Creativity and Innovation was opened in 2011 as a non-profit organization. We wanted to create a new kind of museum that combined science, technology, and art in experiences that inspire creativity and innovation in our visitors.

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Children’s Museum of New Hampshire

Created by: Greg West Photography The Children’s Museum of NH offers two floors of unique, interactive exhibits for children ages 1-12 and their families. Explore world cultures, under-sea research, brain waves, dinosaurs, music, nature and much more. Expanded location in a waterfront park in Dover includes shop, snack area, outdoor playground and plenty of parking. …

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Toledo Zoo: ProMedica Museum of Natural History

Created by: real3dvision The first floor of the museum begins with prehistoric Ohio, then becomes a walking tour of the various habitats found along Lake Erie following the Ice Age. Exhibits: Ohio: After the Ice – Walk back in history through wild Ohio to when American Lions, Mastodons and other giants roamed the land. Tropics …

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Chaco Culture National Historical Park

Chaco Culture National Historical Park is a United States National Historical Park in the American Southwest hosting a concentration of pueblos. The park is located in northwestern New Mexico, between Albuquerque and Farmington, in a remote canyon cut by the Chaco Wash. (Wikipedia)

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Santa Rosa de Lima

Santa Rosa de Lima was an early 18th-century Spanish settlement in the Rio Chama valley, near the present-day town of Abiquiu in Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. By the 1730s Spanish settlers were moving into the Chama River valley, and by 1744 at least 20 families were living in the present-day Abiquiú area, where they …

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New Mexico History Museum: A Mexican Mirror

Following the Mexican Revolution, artists came to see the ancient and folk art of Mexico in new light. Building on the foundation of their predecessors Jose Guadalupe Posada and Manuel Manilla, the new generation printmakers of the Taller de Gráfica Popular, or “People’s Graphic Workshop,” used their craft to promote the “progressive and democratic interests …

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Pecos National Historical Park

Ruins of the lost church, also known as the Ortiz Church, you will explore the fascinating history of some of the earliest missionary efforts in Northern New Mexico. The church, which dates from 1617-1621, was first described and mapped by Adolph Bandelier in 1880. Pecos National Historical Park is a United States National Historical Park …

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New Mexico History Museum: Out of the Box – The Art of the Cigar

From the 1880s into the early 20th century, cigar manufacturers provided an avenue for the lithographic arts to flourish. Layering up to 10 colors in a stone-lithography process and even adding gold embellishments and stamped embossings, the images sold cigars through romantic landscapes, Western adventures, and hot-blooded señoritas. Historian Loy Glenn Westfall recently donated a portion …

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Boca Raton Historic Town Hall

The mission and purpose of the Boca Raton Historical Society is to collect, preserve, and present information and artifacts relevant to the past and evolving history of Boca Raton and to maintain a visible role in education and advocacy of historic preservation in our community. The Boca Raton Historical Society & Museum (BRHS&M) is known primarily for …

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What’s inside the Washington Monument?

After being closed for 3 years, we show you never before view of the greatest tourist attraction in DC! Whether watching on your phone or in VR180, you can see this national treasure in an incredible way. Make sure to turn up the quality of your viewing experience to 5k, if you have a headset …

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Graffiti Alley Cambridge: Kobe Bryant

Richard B. “Rico” Modica Way is a public walkway in Central Square in Cambridge, Massachusetts., connecting City Parking Lot 5 to Massachusetts Avenue. Partially covered by a colorful plastic “stained glass” canopy, Modica Way is an also an open-air, 24-hour art gallery. One side features a black and white photo collage of people and places …

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American Revolution

“On the afternoon of April 19, 1775. the first day of the American Revolution is unfolding.” Two hundred and forty-one years after the original battle, scores of professional reenactors, organizers, onlookers and photographers gather at Lexington and Concord and Minute Man National Historical Park to honor the memory of this critical turning point in American …

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Auberge Place d’Armes

In the early 1600s, the Auberge Place d’Armes was built by Guillaume Couillard, one of the first French settlers. In 1621 he married Guillemette Hébert, the daughter of Louis Hébert, the first setter in New France. In fact, several heritage buildings have been built on land that was owned by Guillaume Couillard. In 2003, Marc-Antoine …

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Gull Beach

The natural setting of Maria is one of the most popular photos in the Gaspé Peninsula which is distributed all over the world. This oversized steel frame highlights the variety of surrounding landscapes. This spectacular work was produced by Yves Gonthier, painter and sculptor, in 1995.

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Saint-Elzéar Cave

Information about La Grotte de Saint-Elzéar Inside the cave, the temperature is always maintained at 4 ° C, whether summer or winter. It is more than 200 meters long and sinks up to 35 meters below the surface. The visit is made on a metal walkway that visitors do not leave and which gives them access to …

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Bunker WN-62

Almost at the very eastern end of Omaha beach, just below the American Cemetery is Wn62 a German strong point. These strong points were located all along the Atlantic Wall as a first line of defense against an attack by the Allies. No two strong points were the same, each one being designed for the …

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Behringer-Crawford Museum

The “William Behringer Memorial Museum” opened July 5th, 1950 showing off the collections of a late world traveler. Visitors would see a mounted stuffed life- sized black bear, birds, small game, the emblematic two-headed calf, American Indian artifacts and other unforgettable “curiosities.” Also seen was the elegant streetcar “Kentucky.” Built in 1892, it had just …

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Chichén Itzá

Chichén Itzá is a complex of Mayan ruins on Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula. A massive step pyramid, known as El Castillo or Temple of Kukulcan, dominates the ancient city, which thrived from around 600 A.D. to the 1200s. Graphic stone carvings survive at structures like the ball court, Temple of the Warriors and the Wall of …

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Pilgrim Howland House

The Jabez Howland House is the only existing house in Plymouth where Pilgrims actually spent time. The original 17th-century two-story timber-framed house consisted of the porch, hall and hall chamber.  Jabez Howland, John and Elizabeth’s son, lived here with his family until they sold the house in 1680.  It was a private residence until 1912 …

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Bass Museum: Pascale Marthine Tayou

Born in Cameroon and based in Ghent, Belgium, Pascale Marthine Tayou brings his itinerant practice to Miami Beach for his exhibition, Beautiful, creating an organic and collaboratively formed presentation of work made in the last decade. Visitors will navigate between stacked Arabic pots, Colonnes Pascale (2012), and encounter Tayou’s colorful Fresque de Craies (2015), constructed of hundreds of chalk pieces arranged beneath …

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Bandelier National Monument

Spend a few hours or an entire day hiking the many trails that wind through Bandelier National Monument and exploring ancient Native American cliff dwellings and petroglyphs.  Twenty minutes away is Los Alamos, home of Los Alamos National Laboratory and its Bradbury Science Museum, which tells the story of the Manhattan Project.

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Auriesville Shrine

The Shrine of Our Lady of Martyrs is located in the hamlet of Auriesville in Fultonville, NY. Once the 17th Century Mohawk Village of Ossernenon, it is now a Roman Catholic shrine dedicated to three Jesuit missionaries who were martyred here, and to St. Kateri Tekakwitha, a Mohawk/Algonquin woman who was born here. (ourladyofmartyrsshrine.org)

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New England Patriots vs Houston Texans: F-15 Flyover

Brady, Gronk open season with 27-20 win over Texans Tom Brady threw for 277 yards and three touchdowns, hitting Rob Gronkowski for 123 yards and a score Sunday to lead the defending AFC champion New England Patriots to a 27-20 victory over the Houston Texans. Scoring Summary FIRST QUARTER HOU NE TD 11:50 Rob Gronkowski …

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American Numismatic Association Money Museum

Captured by: DynAeroTech Imagery The American Numismatic Association is a Colorado Springs, Colorado organization founded in 1891 by Dr. George F. Heath. It was formed to advance the knowledge of numismatics along educational, historical, and scientific lines, as well as to enhance interest in the hobby. (Wikipedia)

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American Jewish University – Re:Formation of the Jewish Body

Bel Air, CA – January 11, 2018 – American Jewish University is delighted to announce the upcoming opening of new exhibition space, the Project Room, in which curators and artists will be invited to respond to AJU’s art collection. The Project Room will launch with “RE: Formation of the Jewish Body,” curated by Los Angeles-based, …

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“Collide” by Howie Day @ City Winery Boston

Howard Kern “Howie” Day is an American singer-songwriter. Beginning his career as a solo artist in the late 1990s, Day became known for his extensive touring and in-concert use of samplers and effects pedals in order to accompany himself. He self-financed and self-released his first album, Australia, in 2000. (Wikipedia)

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Fenway Park – Boston Red Sox

Fenway Park is a baseball park located in Boston, Massachusetts near Kenmore Square. Since 1912, it has been the home for the Boston Red Sox, the city’s American League baseball team, and since 1953, its only Major League Baseball franchise. It is the oldest ballpark in MLB.Wikipedia The Boston Red Sox are an American professional …

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Harvard Semitic Museum

Founded in 1889, the Harvard Semitic Museum houses more than 40,000 Near Eastern artifacts, mostly from museum-sponsored excavations in Egypt, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Syria, and Tunisia. We use these collections to investigate and teach Near Eastern archaeology, history, and culture. The Harvard Semitic Museum is one of the Harvard Museums of Science & Culture (HMSC). Library Learn More About …

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New 7 Wonders of the World

New 7 Wonders of the World was a campaign started in 2000 to choose Wonders of the World from a selection of 200 existing monuments. The popularity poll was led by Canadian-Swiss Bernard Weber and organized by the New7Wonders Foundation based in Zurich, Switzerland, with winners announced on 7 July 2007 in Lisbon. Wikipedia

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Amazon Fulfillment Center

Amazon.com, Inc., is an American multinational technology company based in Seattle, Washington that focuses on e-commerce, cloud computing, digital streaming, and artificial intelligence. It is considered one of the Big Four technology companies along with Google, Apple, and Facebook. (Wikipedia)

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Costa Rican Jungle

In the jungles of Costa Rica, you’re surrounded by three masters of disguise. Can you spot them in this 360 film? This video has 360 spatial sound – so turn up the volume and try to zero in on the animals. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/SubscribeToEarthUnplugged Planet Earth II is a BBC Studios Natural History Unit production, co-produced …

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Chateau Bellevue – Austin Woman’s Club

Chateau Bellevue is home of the Austin Woman’s Club. The members of the Austin Woman’s Club have cared for and preserved this historic building since 1929. Originally built as a private home, the building is now an events venue in downtown Austin, Texas.  

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Tiny Home That Runs on Dunkin

Written by: Drew MacFarlane, Weather.com At a Glance Dunkin’ Donuts has constructed a tiny home than runs entirely on a biofuel created using recycled coffee grounds. The Home that Runs on Dunkin’ is a custom, fully-functional and transportable 275-square-foot tiny home. The home includes a master bedroom, full-sized bathroom, kitchen, coffee nook and cedar porch. …

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Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception

The Cathedral of Immaculate Conception in Albany, New York is full of rich history. Constructed in 1852, the cathedral was originally commissioned by Irish Bishop John McCloskey in order to serve his flock of Catholics who fled Ireland from the Potato Famine. Today, the cathedral stands as the second-oldest cathedral in New York state. Captured …

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Boston Marathon – Bombing Attack

The Boston Marathon is an annual long distance running event hosted by several cities in greater Boston in eastern Massachusetts, United States. It is always held on Patriots’ Day, the third Monday of April. (Wikipedia) During the annual Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013, two homemade pressure cooker bombs detonated 12 seconds and 210 yards …

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Baptist Church of Beaufort

Captured by: Charleston 3D Advantage The Baptist Church of Beaufort was organized in 1800, the building was erected in 1844 during the pastorate of Richard Fuller. The church is an excellent example of Greek Revival architecture. Library Learn More About HistoryView VR  

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Baltimore Museum of Industry

Captured by: Alex+Tom Baltimore Museum of Industry is a museum in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. Located in an old cannery, the museum has exhibits on various types of manufacturing and industry from the early 20th century. There are several hands-on sections with working equipment and other artifacts. (Wikipedia) Library Learn More About HistoryView VR  

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World Trade Center – September 11

The original World Trade Center was a large complex of seven buildings in Lower Manhattan, New York City, United States. It featured the landmark Twin Towers, which opened on April 4, 1973 and were destroyed in 2001 during the September 11 attacks.  

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Titanic

RMS Titanic was a British passenger liner that sank in the North Atlantic Ocean in 1912, after colliding with an iceberg during her maiden voyage from Southampton to New York City.

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Mill Girl

The Mill Girl by Antoinette Prien Schultze in Manchester New Hampshire. Like many towns on the Merrimack River in New England they experienced immense growth from the Industrial Revolution in particular the textile industry. The textile mills were one of the first to employ women on a massive scale. This statue represents those women who …

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Logan County Transportation Museum

The Logan County Transportation Museum addition opened in April 2014. The building was designed by architect Karen Beasley of Beasley Architecture and Design in Bellefontaine. It was designed in the spirit of the Big Four/New York Central Roundhouse railroad that stood in Bellefontaine from the late 1890s to the 1960s. The building was made possible …

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Pasadena Museum of History: Ernest Batchelder Exhibit

Captured by: Craig Sauer 3D The Pasadena Museum of History is featuring an exhibit, extended by popular demand through March 12, called “Batchelder: Tilemaker.” Ernest A. Batchelder (1875-1957) was an Arts and Crafts tilemaker who lived in Pasadena’s Lower Arroyo Seco and made fountains, fireplaces and fixtures that can still be spotted in craftsman-style bungalows …

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Museum of Parliament & National Heroes Gallery

Captured by: ipan3d.com The Museum of Parliament and The National Heroes Gallery The Museum of Parliament traces the development of democracy in Barbados since 1629 until present times and the role that the island’s people have played in this growth. This information is housed in the historic West Wing of Parliament which offers a combination …

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Sand Dune Arch

Captured by: Matt Bell Visit a secluded rock arch surrounded by sand and nestled among sandstone rock fins. Sand Dune Arch is a popular destination in Arches National Park, which contains over 2,000 natural sandstone arches. These arches are created by erosion from water and weather, so the iconic features of the park are constantly …

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St. Simons Lighthouse Museum

Captured by: Harlan Hambright Climb to the top of St. Simons Lighthouse, a maritime landmark on the southern tip of St. Simons Island, Georgia. Completed in 1872, the lighthouse stands 104 feet tall, and has a 129-step cast iron spiral staircase that leads to the lantern room. Soak in the 360° views of the Atlantic …

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Wire Pass Slot Canyon

Captured by: Matt Bell Wire Pass is the entrance to Buckskin Gulch, the longest and deepest slot canyon in Utah. Slot canyons are known for their narrow passageways — Wire Pass is less than three feet wide in some areas — flanked by towering walls. Utah has the largest concentration of slot canyons in the …

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The Palm Restaurant: Boston

Family-owned since 1926, The Palm Boston serves prime steaks, whole lobster, Italian specialties and award-winning wines. Captured by: HistoryView.org Library Learn More About HistoryView VR

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World War II Glider & Military Museum

The World War II Glider and Military Museum opened in July 2011, features one of only seven fully-restored CG-4A gliders in the world, as well as extensive military displays. During World War II, the Ford Motor Company’s plant in Kingsford built more Model CG-4A gliders for the United States Army than any other company in …

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City of Boston Archaeology Program: Shirley-Eustis House

The City of Boston Archaeology Program’s dig will be limited to 50 cm (20″) wide trenches in the areas that will be disturbed by future work. These trenches will allow us to document the presence, absence, and depth of any important features such as the kitchen or privy. We will NOT be excavating these fully if …

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Brown Canyon Ranch

Captured by: Premier Media Group Brown Canyon Ranch, formerly known as the Barchas Ranch, is a historic ranch located in the foothills of the Huachuca Mountains, near Sierra Vista, Arizona. The land Brown Canyon Ranch is on was first settled around 1880 by John Thomas Brown, who owned a hotel a few miles away in …

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Consolidated B-24J Liberator | Collings Foundation

Captured by: Collings Foundation This plane is the world’s only fully restored and flying Consolidated B-24J Liberator. The restoration took over five years and 97,000+ hours and involved original crew members and builders. Today, she is painted as “Witchcraft” in honor of the veterans of the 8th Air Force, who flew in the European Theater during …

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America’s Stonehenge

America’s Stonehenge is an archaeological site consisting of a number of large rocks and stone structures scattered around roughly 30 acres within the town of Salem, New Hampshire in the United States. It is open to the public for a fee as part of a recreational area which includes snowshoe trails and an alpaca farm. (Wikipedia) …

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John Prowers House

Captured by: Drone Bros, LLC John W. Prowers arrived in Boggsville in 1867 and built a large two-story house that served at various times as a general store, stagecoach station, county office, and school. Only the south section of the house is still standing. StageCoach – Western Style. by unleasharun on Sketchfab Library Learn More …

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Thomas Boggs House

In 1866, former trader Thomas O. Boggs founded the agricultural community of Boggsville, the first such community in Bent County and one of the earliest in the state. Unoccupied since 1975, the Boggs’ family house, shown here, has been restored as part of the Boggsville Historic Site. Captured by: Drone Bros, LLC Library Learn More …

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Cincinnati Observatory

Captured by: Reality Capture Experts The Cincinnati Observatory is located in Cincinnati, Ohio on top of Hyde Park. It consists of two observatory buildings housing an 11-inch and 16-inch aperture refracting telescope. It is the oldest professional observatory in the United States. (Wikipedia) Telescope by Oleh on Sketchfab Library Learn More About HistoryView VR

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Midland, Texas: Visitors Center

Midland is a city in western Texas. Part of the Permian Basin area, it’s an oil industry center. At the Permian Basin Petroleum Museum, interactive exhibits detail the history of local oil exploration and include Boom Town, a replica 1930s oil town with a land office and general store. Dating from 1939, the George W. …

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Atomic Bomb Shelter: JFK

Captured by: ImmersiveSpaces.co Palm Beach Maritime Museum is a small museum displaying artifacts pertaining to the maritime history of the Palm Beach region. The “Kennedy Bunker” built in December 1961 to house President Kennedy in case of a nuclear attack while in residence in Palm Beach, FL. Library Learn More About HistoryView VR

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Buffalo Niagara Heritage Village: Bigelow House

Originally located near New and Smith Roads, this house was built between 1840 and 1857 by Henry Bigelow, one of Amherst’s early residents. The house was constructed in the “saltbox” style, named for the distinctive pitched roof that slopes from the two-story front to the single story in the back which resembled a wooden lidded …

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Buffalo Niagara Heritage Village: Rubeck House

This small plank house c.1840 is a typical first small structure often built by the earliest residents of Western New York. Unlike most other homes of this type, Rubeck House was never enlarged. Originally located near Dann and Smith Roads on property owned by the Lapp family, the house was likely rented to a poor tenant farmer …

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Buffalo Niagara Heritage Village: Schmitt Log House

Originally located in what was known as the “French Settlement” c. 1843 area near Ellicott Creek Road and Niagara Falls Boulevard, this log house was constructed of hand-hewn logs. Built by the Schmitt family upon arriving in Amherst, NY, from Alsace-Lorraine. It was occupied by Henry Smith, his wife, his mother-in-law, six young children and …

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Buffalo Niagara Heritage Village: Elliot House

Built in 1851 at the corner of Garrison Road and Park Drive in Williamsville, this house was occupied by George W. Elliott, a “ploughmaker,” his wife, two daughters, and son until 1855, when it was sold to satisfy Elliott’s creditors. The re-created kitchen wing contains a replica 1850 cooking stove used for cooking demonstrations. Note …

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Buffalo Niagara Heritage Village: Lavocat House

The original section of this farmhouse c.1840, formerly located on New Road between Millersport Highway and Tonawanda Creek Road, was built with a technique known as nogging construction. With exterior walls comprised of layers of brick between wood framing, this technique provided strength and insulation. The home is used for weaving demonstrations during events. You …

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Buffalo Niagara Heritage Village: Blacksmith Shop

The blacksmith provided one of the most important services in the community. He was able to make or repair nearly everything that was made of iron. While many blacksmith shops were larger, this replica C. 1899 shop is typical of the smaller, one-man smiths found on farms. Demonstrations are performed at the BNHV by members of the …

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NASA: Operation IceBridge

Operation IceBridge is an ongoing NASA mission to monitor changes in polar ice. It is an airborne follow-on mission to the ICESat satellite, continuing until after the ICESat-2 mission launches in 2018. (Wikipedia) Captured by: TrustedPhotoDC Library Learn More About HistoryView VR

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Seal Cove Auto Museum

The Seal Cove Auto Museum fosters joyful experiences for people of all ages and interests. Our collection features some of the earliest automobiles and motorcycles, as well as clothing and accessories, from 1895 through the early 1920s. Antique auto enthusiasts, history buffs, as well as anyone who simply loves stories or wants to experience something entirely …

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Salem Boys School

Constructed 1794, restored 1954 This building was built to house the school for boys in Salem, it was the first educational building built in Salem. The Salem Boys’ School, started in 1771, was for local boys to get their primary education. Gottlieb Krause, the Moravian mason, constructed the building but supposedly had assistance from an …

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Salem Tavern

Constructed 1784, restored 1965 The Salem Tavern dates to 1784 when it was rebuilt in masonry after an earlier wooden tavern burned to the ground. Parts of the basement walls are from the original 1775 Tavern building. The Tavern was an important facility for the town of Salem. Leaders decided to place the Tavern on …

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John Vogler House

Constructed 1819, restored 1955 John Vogler and his new wife Christina Spach moved into the house when it was finished. John was a silversmith and was active in Salem’s community through service on church boards and leadership in the Sunday School movement. John and Christina had three children, Lisetta, Louisa, and Elias. When you visit …

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Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse And Museum

The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse is located in Jupiter, Florida, on the north side of the Jupiter Inlet. The site for the lighthouse was chosen in 1853. It is located between Cape Canaveral Light and Hillsboro Inlet Light. Wikipedia

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Randy’s Restaurant

Richard & Lucia Roadenizer and I have been the proprietors of Randy’s Restaurant for 37 years.   Their mission is to provide fast, friendly service along with a family-style dining experience.  During your visit, be sure to browse through our many aviation history displays. As an Army Airborne/Air Force retired veteran, Richard gives a real insight and respect for all branches of the …

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Riscky’s BAR-B-Q

Riscky’s BBQ has been around for over 75 years serving up the finest in mouth-watering ribs, BBQ sandwiches and chicken and so much more. The world-renowned Riscky’s barbecue is hand-rubbed with “Riscky Dust” and slow smoked for hours. According to the folks that work at Riscky’s and the customers who frequent the restaurants, Riscky’s has …

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Riscky’s Steakhouse

Riscky’s Steakhouse is nestled in the heart of the Stockyards, ranchers, cattlemen & cowboys have been eating at this historic location since the 1920s. Captured by: Metroplex360 Library Learn More About HistoryView VR

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Redlands Historic Inn

Built in 1914, The Redlands Hotel is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and was originally a hotel but best known for being headquarters for the International & Great Northern Railroad. Captured by: Metroplex360 Library Learn More About HistoryView VR

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Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park | Moore House

The Moore Cabin was restored in 1985-86 in time for its 100th birthday, and the house was restored in 1995-1997 in time for the City of Skagway’s 100th anniversary. Several interior rooms have been restored based on photographs taken by the Moores in 1904, such as the one below. The Park continues to restore the …

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Bytown Museum

The BYTOWN MUSEUM: A perfect place to begin your exploration of Ottawa, the Nation’s Capital. Housed in Ottawa’s oldest stone structure, the BYTOWN MUSEUM explores the city’s history from the early years of Rideau Canal construction, through the rough and tumble days of Bytown, to its emergence as Canada’s capital and beyond. Enjoy unique artifacts …

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Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park | Jeff. Smiths Parlor

One of Skagway’s most prominent buildings, the Jeff. Smiths Parlor Museum is forever connected to the notorious outlaw Jefferson Randolph “Soapy” Smith. Although Smith led his nefarious band of con men from its cramped rooms, he only occupied the building for three short months before his death in a gunfight. What happened to the building …

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Don & June Salvatori California Pharmacy Museum

Inspired by California’s unique and rich history of pharmacy, the Don & June Salvatori California Pharmacy Museum is just what the doctor ordered. Celebrating the role of the pharmacist in promoting the health and well-being of Californians since the state’s inception in 1850. Pill Bottles by minemine on Sketchfab Library Learn More About HistoryView VR

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TASCHEN & Mick Rock: David Bowie

As David Bowie’s official photographer 1972-1973, Mick Rock is in some ways the guardian of Bowie’s image. This model presents TASCHEN Gallery’sMick Rock: Shooting for Stardust, The Rise of David Bowie & Co. From formal portraits to intimate candids and backstage life to dazzling performance shots, many of the brilliant photographs have never been seen by the public. The …

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Boeing B-52 Stratofortress

Captured by: Metroplex360 & Tosolini Productions The Boeing B-52 Stratofortress is an American long-range, subsonic, jet-powered strategic bomber. The B-52 was designed and built by Boeing, which has continued to provide support and upgrades. (Wikipedia) Library Learn More About HistoryView VR

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LDS Church History Museum

Captured by: Snap-Sale The Church History Museum is the premier museum operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It is located in Salt Lake City, Utah, and is opposite the west gates of the church’s Temple Square. (Wikipedia) Temple Vancouver Canada – Toshueyi by Shue-Yi To on Sketchfab Library Learn More About HistoryView …

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Mark Twain House

Captured by: Capture, LLC The Mark Twain House and Museum in Hartford, Connecticut, was the home of Samuel Langhorne Clemens and his family from 1874 to 1891. It was designed by Edward Tuckerman Potter and built in the American High Gothic style. (Wikipedia) Mark Twain Family Cabin by Alexandre Tokovinine on Sketchfab Library Learn More About HistoryView …

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Museum for East Texas Culture

The Museum for East Texas Culture is a museum in Reagan Park in Palestine, Texas. The building was built in 1915 as Palestine High School. It opened in 1916 and graduated its first class in 1917. (Wikipedia) Captured by: Coherent Technologies Library Learn More About HistoryView VR

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Shelburne Museum: Steamboat Ticonderoga

The steamboat Ticonderoga is one of two remaining side-paddle-wheel passenger steamers with a vertical beam engine of the type that provided freight and passenger service on America’s bays, lakes and rivers from the early 19th to the mid-20th centuries. Commissioned by the Champlain Transportation Company, Ticonderoga was built in 1906 at the Shelburne Shipyard in Shelburne, Vermont on Lake Champlain. (Wikipedia) Captured by: 3DVermont Library …

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Lake Shasta Caverns

The Lake Shasta Caverns are a network of caves located near the McCloud arm of Shasta Lake in California. It was formerly named Chalk Cave and Baird Cave, named after Spencer Fullerton Baird. (Wikipedia) Captured by: Scherba Media Library Learn More About HistoryView VR  

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Cave of the Mounds

Cave of the Mounds, a natural limestone cave located near Blue Mounds, Wisconsin, United States, is named for two nearby hills called the Blue Mounds. It is located in the southern slope of the east hill. (Wikipedia) Captured by:  

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Alexander Hamilton’s Grave

Captured by: Real Virtual Zone Alexander Hamilton was one of the founding fathers of the United States and was also the first Secretary of the Treasury under George Washington’s administration. Vice President Aaron Burr and Hamilton challenged each other to a pistol duel which was the culmination of the pair’s long and bitter animosity for one …

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Great Western Staircase

The Great Western Staircase is one of the highlights of the New York State Capitol Building in Albany. Also known as the “Million Dollar Staircase”, it took fourteen years to complete at a cost of almost 1.5 million dollars. In 1894, The New York Times called the staircase “the greatest architectural work on this continent.” While that may …

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