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Modern museums provide adults and children with a historic view into the past, present and future. Every depository offers one or more collections of items like photography, archaeology artifacts, fine art, or wax figures. Educate yourself with exhibits on natural science, world culture, and modern paintings. Most establishments allow you to wander freely, but some offer private or group tours.

Tours are usually handled by a docent. These volunteers complete training programs teaching them everything about the items and artwork on display. They pass on their knowledge to children and adults in their tour group. Curators acquire items and then arrange them in the display area. Curators need a graduate degree that relates to the depository's specialty. For example, an art major fits a large metropolitan gallery. Metropolitan museums present paintings, sculptures and statues to the public. A history major could also work for a natural history facility.

Some museums are surrounded by gardens and parks. These establishments provide exhibits both for the indoors and outdoors. They're a great place to bring active children with shorter attention spans. If they grow tired of the quiet, indoor atmosphere, you can take them outside to run around.

Look for establishments with food courts where you can rest. Walking around becomes tiring for both adults and children. Stopping for a drink or snack helps restore energy. Stores selling souvenirs offer lasting mementos and memories of your visit.

Children love seeing and learning about new items. If your family frequents depositories, look for establishments offering permanent and temporary collections. Temporary exhibits change every month or two. Hands-on displays are enticing to all ages. Ask about these museums in your city.

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Fun for kids and adults of all ages when you visit our local Shreveport area museums for the day. Take some time for learning and exploration at our Shreveport museums open six days a week.
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Spring Street Historical Museum Write review for this local business
525 Spring St, Shreveport, LA 71101
(318) 424-0964  
Stage of Stars Museum Gift Shop Write review for this local business
705 Elvis Presley Ave, Shreveport, LA 71101
(318) 220-9434  
Shreveport Water Works Museum Write review for this local business
142 N Common St, Shreveport, LA 71101
(318) 221-3388  
Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum Write review for this local business
3201 Centenary Blvd, Shreveport, LA 71104
(318) 861-7615  
Meadows Museum of Art Write review for this local business
2911 Centenary Blvd, Shreveport, LA 71104
(318) 869-5169  
Stephens African American Museum Write review for this local business
2810 Lindholm St, Shreveport, LA 71108
(318) 635-2147  
Louisiana State Exhibit Museum Write review for this local business
3015 Greenwood Rd, Shreveport, LA 71109
(318) 632-2020  
Eighth Air Force Museum Association Inc Write review for this local business
88 Shreveport Rd, Barksdale AFB, LA 71110
(318) 752-0055  
Norton R W Art Gallery Write review for this local business
4747 Creswell Ave, Shreveport, LA 71106
(318) 865-4201  
Touchstone Wildlife & Art Write review for this local business
3386 Highway 80, Haughton, LA 71037
(318) 949-2323  
Germantown Colony Museum Write review for this local business
120 Museum Rd, Minden, LA 71055
(318) 377-6061  
Injapan Write review for this local business
5011 E End Blvd S, Marshall, TX 75672
(903) 472-4707  
State of Louisiana Write review for this local business
101 Monroe St, Mansfield, LA 71052
(318) 871-9978  
Mt Lebanon Historical Society Write review for this local business
2510 Highway 517, Gibsland, LA 71028
(318) 843-1998  
Michelson Museum of Art Write review for this local business
216 N Bolivar St, Marshall, TX 75670
(903) 935-9480  
Marshall Depot Inc Gift Shop Write review for this local business
800 N Washington Ave Ste 1, Marshall, TX 75670
(903) 938-9495  
Gone With The Wind Museum Write review for this local business
408 Taylor St, Jefferson, TX 75657
(903) 665-1939  
Museum of Measurement & Time Write review for this local business
301 N Polk St, Jefferson, TX 75657
(903) 665-6668  
Gone With The Wind Museum Write review for this local business
410 Taylor St, Jefferson, TX 75657
(903) 665-1939  
Panola County Chamber of Commerce Write review for this local business
310 W Panola St, Carthage, TX 75633
(903) 693-6634  
Ford Museum Write review for this local business
519 S Main St, Homer, LA 71040
(318) 927-9190  
Longview Museum of Fine Arts Write review for this local business
215 E Tyler St, Longview, TX 75601
(903) 753-8103  
Gregg County Historical Museum Write review for this local business
214 N Fredonia St, Longview, TX 75601
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Masonic Lodge Write review for this local business
436 N Center St, Longview, TX 75601
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If you want to find a museum near you, search online or in a phone book. If you plan on vacationing somewhere and want to take a look at the displays that are being showcased, finding a phone number to call and ask what galleries are being shown can help arrange your vacation schedule. Counselors can help answer questions you might have regarding the antiques, collectable items, or the artifacts the gallery has. Counselors can also help find what mobile exhibit will come to their museum in the future if you have something specific you want to find. Calling in advance can also give you information regarding admission prices and what days they're open. Scheduling a tour may also be available from certain places. The Getty and Metropolitan will have a gallery on various items that will interest many different people. Children can also enjoy looking at fine art, dinosaur bones, and learning about natural history. Education doesn't stop at children. Adults can also take advantage of the information they will learn. In order to gain a profit, galleries will change out their displays and exhibits to keep people coming back to take a look at the different ancient statues, antiques, and collectables. There will be a zero tolerance from touching many of the items on display, which is why some places will be more child friendly than others. Taking a tour with a guide is a fun way to learn interesting facts you wouldn't know if you were to look on the exhibits yourself. Guides will also be able to answer questions you may have on the different displays. This is a great way to give kids an educational experience without them even knowing it.


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