Phoenix Art Museum

Located in the capital of Arizona, the Phoenix Art Museum is the southwest US’ largest art museum. Established in 1959, the museum is home to historical, contemporary, modern, cultural and more different types of art. It displays over 19,000 pieces, from dozens of countries throughout the world. The Phoenix Art Museum is home to a permanent collection as well as a rotating calendar of unique exhibits that are only open for a few months of the year. In this post I’ll be writing an overall guide to this museum, with info on pretty everything you’d need to know about it before visiting.

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Berlin’s Museum Island

Berlin’s Museum Island, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999, is a collection of five museums and a couple other sites on the northern half of Berlin’s Spree Island. The buildings on this island, all built between 1830 to 1930, include the Alte Nationalgalerie, Altes Museum, Berlin Cathedral, Bode Museum, Neuses Museum, and Pergamon Museum. Considered one of the greatest museum complexes in the world, Museum Island is very convenient to tourists looking for a one-stop history, art, and culture spot. In this post, I’ll be going you the ultimate guide to Museum Island – with info on what it is, where it is, why you should visit, and what to see while there!

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Prague’s Jewish Museum

Made up of six sites spread throughout Prague’s Jewish Town, including four synagogues and a cemetery, the Jewish Museum in Prague is one of the Czech Republic’s most powerful museums. The museum highlights the history of both Czech and International Jews, through some of the most important and well known Jewish buildings in Prague.  Established in 1906, the Jewish Museum of Prague has gone through quite a few rocky patches, from the Nazis to the Communists, but has survived to this day and is one of the cities most visited museums. I spent an afternoon in Prague’s Jewish Town exploring all of the sites that make up the museum back in January, and in this post I’ll be writing all about it!

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Toronto’s Hockey Hall of Fame

The Hockey Hall of Fame, located in downtown Toronto’s Brookfield Place, is the ultimate hockey museum and hall of fame. Established in 1943, the HHOF began in Kingston, Ontario and later moved to the province’s capital, Toronto.  It is home to tons of hockey/NHL memorabilia, most famously the Stanley cup itself! I visited the Hockey Hall of Fame last month with my uncle, and in this post I’ll be writing all about the famous attraction.

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