To celebrate the arrival of the Terra Cotta Warriors in San Francisco, Stanford Professor Emeritus Albert E. Dien discussed their importance in a lecture on Jan. 26.
The new Terminal 2E at Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport launched its art museum Espace Musées on Jan. 15, a space to showcase the best of French art.
Within this palace of treasures are paintings and sculptures by the great old masters, including Rubens, Titian, van Dyck, Tintoretto, Velázquez, Veronese, El Greco, and [...]
The newest museum in New York City is dedicated to inspiring people—especially children—to learn about math through interactive exhibits.
San Francisco’s Welcome Center finally opens the doors to its History Museum on the fourth floor, with rooms full of oddities, and more to come.
The Canadian Museum of Civilization launched a nationwide tour on Nov. 9 to collect public input on new history gallery.
Just 41 minutes away from Amsterdam by high-speed train, Rotterdam’s character and appearance is the polar opposite of the Dutch capital.
You can’t move around Central Berlin without running into Museum Island, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the hub of a reunited city.
The Theodore Roosevelt Murals at the American Museum of Natural History reopened to the public after two years of restoration last Saturday.
The world’s earliest colour moving pictures dating from 1902 have been found in Bradford, England, rewriting film history.