Cincinnati Museum Center

Cincinnati Museum Center Related

Cincinnati Nature Center:: Includes information about Rowe Woods in Milford, Gorman Heritage Farm in Evendale, and Long Branch Farm in Goshen.

Cincinnati Nature Center:: Cincinnati Nature Center is a non-profit, nature education organization and community of people who enjoy and care about nature. CNC offers something for people of all ages, in all seasons. Our award-winning trails wind through the region’s natural habitats of eastern deciduous forest, fields, streams and ponds. Enjoy a self-guided hike, bird walk, seasonal nature program and much more.

Stamford Museum & Nature Center:: Art, a farm stocked with animals, a spectacular playground, and more.

Field Museum:: Educational site for students and teachers about soil and soil biology.

Agropolis-Museum:: A Science Center dealing with topics such as food, nutrition, agriculture, with a historical approach on a worldwide scale. Website has virtual exhibitions on the history of food and agriculture, farmers of the world, and the "Banquet de l'Humanité" (the dining table of the world).

Pratt Museum:: Dedicated to the process of education, exploring the natural environment and human experience relative to the Kachemak Bay region of Alaska.

Bishop Museum:: Hawaii's museum of natural and cultural history. Information on current exhibits, what's new, museum departments, and membership.

Journey Museum, The:: Multidimensional recreational museum that includes geological, archaeological and Indian exhibits.

The FOOD Museum:: The FOOD Museum celebrates food, exploring its history, heritage, and cultural influence worldwide. Co-founders of The Potato Museum, a 501c3, and its offshoot, The FOOD Museum On-Line, Tom Hughes and Meredith Sayles Hughes are dedicated to discovering, exploring and promoting the world's foods, their histories, and relevance today. High on their list: the establishment of a national museum dedicated to food, possibly on the Mall in Washington, D

British Lawnmower Museum:: One of the world's leading authorities on vintage lawnmowers and the largest import and export specialists in antique garden machinery. From Ransomes' horse and pony mowers to racing mowers and the world's first mower designed in 1830 by engineer Mr. Edwin Beard Budding of Stroud in Gloucester. Site has music.

  • New Additions: Natural History Museums
San Diego Natural History Museum
Natural History Museum of Nepal
Bohart Museum of Entomology
New York State Museum
Fernbank Museum of Natural History