Outdoor museum

Outdoor museum

May be of any size from a small village to one covering hundreds of acres, and may or may not include buildings, whether located on the site or moved from their original location and reconstructed.
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Each one of us has their own style and we wanted to present all of the styles together to create a sort of outdoor museum," he told the GDN.
Distinct from a forest or park, it is in a sense an outdoor museum of trees.
This new park is an outdoor museum and is a way, through art, to join the different cultures," she said.
The Topography of Terror is an indoor and outdoor museum located on the former site of the Secret State Police (Gestapo) and Schutzstaffel (SS) buildings during World War II.
For some, it's simply an outdoor museum of the strange and surprising.
At Hagen's outdoor museum, visitors can go back in time, forge hammers on anvils, eat tradtiionally baked bread and learn about German history.
The outdoor museum in Shropshire's Ironbridge Gorge will be host to an eclectic collection of steam-powered machines, all of which will be in their full working splendour.
The outdoor museum in Shropshire's Ironbridge Gorge will be host to an eclectic collection of steam- powered machines, all of which will be in their full working splendour.
This 30-acre outdoor museum, with its shaded nature trails and views of Little Sarasota Bay, is an idyllic setting for child-friendly events.
Ginsburg, whose company has been building homes in the Hudson Valley for more than 50 years, has a vision of creating sculpture trails along other rivertown waterfronts from New York City to Albany and combining with DiaArt Foundation in Beacon and Storm King Art Center in New Windsor to create the largest outdoor museum in the world.
Just Google the word "MiniatE-rk" to learn more about the outdoor museum.
The Bickelhaupt Arboretum is a 14-acre outdoor museum of select-labeled trees, shrubs, ground covers, perennials and annuals.

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