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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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Summer Sightseeing: Tudor Place Gardens

August 7, 2013


Continuing with my fair weather museum recommendations, I’ve dug deep in to my archive of notes, to a place I visited over 10 years ago on my first trip to Washington, D.C. But although the individual scenes from the photographs may have changed slightly, the place is still there, offering a welcome escape from the bustling city centre and cool shade from the summer sunshine on the Mall, amidst its leafy greens. Tudor Place is a federal-style mansion in Georgetown Heights dating back to the […]

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