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Fair Weather Museum Roundup

August 28, 2013

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We’ve almost reached the end of August, but with a little bit of luck it’s not the end of summer. Or maybe we’ll have a golden Autumn. Whatever the season, when the weather is fair, there are plenty of outdoors museum destinations to head to. Here’s a round up of some of my favourites that have featured on Museum Diary. Open Air Museums Domäne Dahlem, Berlin, Germany Historic Village of Hokkaido, Sapporo, Japan Museumsdorf Düppel, Berlin, Germany St Fagan’s National History Museum, near Cardiff, Wales […]

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{Wales} St Fagans National History Museum

March 1, 2011

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In honour of St David’s Day I’ve pulled together a wee photoset of images from previous visits to St Fagans National History Museum in Wales. It’s an open air museum with over forty different buildings, including a church, a school, a post office, a grocery store, various different farmhouses through the ages, a working bakery and even a castle with beautiful gardens. It’s a museum close to my heart, since I did an internship there during my museum studies training, and in a recent interview […]

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{Wales} National Waterfront Museum

November 27, 2010


{Wales} National Waterfront Museum

The National Waterfront Museum in Swansea, part of the National Museum Wales family, tells the story of industry and innovation in Wales over the past 300 years. These pictures were taken in 2009 when I visited the museum to help run a seminar for the UK Visitor Studies Group.  

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