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Today I will be writing about two museums situated next to each other, at the waterfront of the emblematic Tagus river. The area is extremely rich in museums, monuments, gardens and there is even a pastry shop where people wait in lines to get some –
Some buildings look like sculptures. Some buildings were constructed to make some kind of impact, or to show technological development. Today I’ll be talking about a museum I had dreamed of visiting until I did it in July this year. New York City. I will not
Inspired by the posts about Railways and their fans, I remembered about another emblematic transportation topic that impressed me a lot during my three-weeks long trip to Scandinavia, 9 years ago. I can say that it was the most fun discovery I had on that
Because of the turbulent history here in Balkans, now we have a museum dedicated to the past and history of today’s non-existent country of Yugoslavia, more precisely its history after the II World War up untill its end in 1991. Currently the Museum of Yugoslav
Don’t be just a museum visitor. Don’t be just a Fun Museums reader, neither we need regular users to like or share our posts. Be a participative member. Challenge our limits, challenge your community. Talk about museums. Fun Museums Talks is a crowdsourcing platform for
This article is not about an illusion – this museum exists. However, this is the Museum of Illusions. In a year of existence, it has become a must-go place for every tourist and traveller in Zagreb. It has also become a place for children to
During the Europeana Creative Culture Jam, participants had the opportunity to meet many creative projects related to cultural heritage. One of them is VanGoYourself, an attempt to encourage people to revive the historical art images. This is potentially an ingredient for Fun Museums, although the
Things can be very fun when translated literally. In Croatia, the expression “pun kufer svega”, means something like “a suitcase full of stuff”, when translated literally to English. The expression does not mean that you packed too many things in your suitcase, but of course,
This is the main Atrium of the Museum of Arts and Crafts in Zagreb, Croatia, where the local artist Ida Blažičko placed her installation to give a different touch to the Museum’s Architectural Space.