The Past and Future of Industry

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 – Continue Reading

6 Truths about the Train Travel

What do you think, are these truths painful? How can anything related to travel be painful anyway?  These stories are strong, powerful, but I think it doesn’t mean that they are painful. No worries 🙂 I was recently contacted by the Croatian Railway Museum. They Continue Reading

Energy Games

Another story about sustainable museums, and the last we prepared about the Arktikum Museum, on of the 6 Amazing Discoveries in Finland, is in front of you. I don’t need to repeat that the most efficient way to create a more sustainable future is by Continue Reading

A room for polar winds

Freeeezzzing! Just like Lapland is supposed to be. This chamber is designed to make visitors understand how the polar stream and winds work. It must be particularly interesting for summer visitors, who will experience fresh but not freezing temperatures. We traveled to Lapland and Rovaniemi Continue Reading

Sunrise in a Museum, sunrise of a life changing experience

Sunrise in a Museum, yes. Do you think so? It occurred in the very beginning of a life-changing experience. After a long night of traveling by bus, I reached Lapland, Finland, by arriving in Rovaniemi, the Santa Claus hometown. I’ll be talking about a surreal traveling Continue Reading

All I want for Christmas is… recycling?

This looks like a set of ordinary Christmas trees. However, if you take a deeper look at the further pictures, you’ll notice that all the decorations were made from the recycled materials – the materials we usually call waste or even trash. Everything we would like Continue Reading

Psst! Museum in progress…

Maybe today we are living “The Age of Museums”, and such title would sound more attractive than the popular game “The Age of Empires”. The number of museums worldwide has been growing drastically in the last 10 years. We see many communities forming new fun Continue Reading

Museums, when you less expect them :)

Personally, I think that museums are not necessarily only officially recognised institutions. Wealthy families of the XVI/XVII centuries liked to have their own wunderkammers. Today we all like the open air attractions. This is something you see during a road trip, and it makes you stop Continue Reading

Museum of Natural History Vienna

Classical Choices articles are about those classically beautiful, famous, and large museums, full of secrets, stories and things to discover. These museums are also visited by many people and commonly known. As I love to visit these museums, I occasionally make little articles about them. Continue Reading