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Tenement Museum New York City - NYC Museum

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Kirkland Museum - International Decorative Art and Colorado Art Visit The Cloisters The Cloisters museum and gardens, the branch of The Metropolitan Museum of Art devoted to the art and architecture of medieval Europe, was assembled from architectural elements, both domestic and religious, that largely date from the twelfth through the fifteenth century. The building and its cloistered gardens—located in Fort Tryon Park in northern Manhattan—are treasures in themselves, effectively part of the collection housed there. The Cloisters' collection comprises approximately two thousand works of art. Download The Cloisters Map PDF See hours and admission information for The Cloisters museum and gardens. The Cloisters museum and gardens is easily accessible by subway, bus, or car. Reservations are required for guided and self-guided group visits to The Cloisters. The Cloisters welcomes all visitors and regularly offers events and programs to accommodate all audiences. Discover the history of this medieval treasure in northern Manhattan.

Transit Museum General Information Back to top On Tuesdays through Fridays, our guided school programs provide students from Pre-K to grade 12 the opportunity for hands-on learning in various subject areas. Led by a staff of skilled educators, school programs complement curricular exploration of the social history of New York City, the engineering sciences, the mathematics and art of subway and station design, the history of immigration in New York City, and the urban landscape. Guided programs for special needs students ensure that all learners benefit equally from a Transit Museum visit. Teachers should mention any special needs when making a reservation. The on-line Teacher Resource Center provides step-by-step instructions for planning and reserving a class trip to the Museum. Group reservations are confirmed when a Reservation Agreement provided by the Museum has been signed by the group leader and received by the Museum. Experience a local slice of our city's rich history! » View Children's Calendar (PDF) Note:

Boutique Hotel New York: 70 park avenue hotel In Midtown New York Five Great Day Trips to Mountain Towns near Denver Day Trips Directory of all Day Trips> Five Small Mountain Towns from Denver by Lisa Marie Mercer [Map] Denver is an excellent example of a well-functioning metropolis, and most people would agree that its neighboring ski areas have more than earned their stellar reputations. Georgetown, Colorado Travel time: 75 Minutes from Denver This Victorian mining town holds a special place in my heart, as it marked the fourth day of my journey from my former home in Boston, to my new home in Dillon, Colorado. The Georgetown Loop Historic Mining and Railroad Park is Georgetown's most popular attraction. My first ski run as a Colorado resident was in Georgetown at the Loveland ski area, a classic old-time ski area that is a local favorite. Silverthorne, Colorado Travel time: 90 minutes from Denver; 20 Minutes from Georgetown Silverthorne is synonymous with outlet shopping. In warmer weather, ditch the shuttle and explore by foot. Dillon Travel time: 90 minutes from Denver; 5 Minutes from Silverthorne

American Indian Heye Center | Museums and Zoo americanindian.si.edu The New York Museum presents the lifeways and traditions of Native people throughout the hemisphere through an active schedule of exhibitions, family programs, performances and film screenings. Highlights The Diker Pavilion of Native Arts and Cultures, daily film screenings, Resource Center and numerous public programs throughout the year LocationAlexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House One Bowling Green New York, NY The Charlotte Museum of History Canyon X and Antelope Combination Tour | Overland Canyon Tours Canyon X & Upper Antelope For those looking for a more physical experience of slot canyon country, we offer hiking tours year round. Overland Canyon Tours offers a tour that will take you to both Canyon X & Antelope Canyon. This tour is for the hikers who want to experience two slot canyons in one day. Canyon X is short but steep. A rocky path takes you to a dark vertical cleft in the rock. Antelope Canyon, located outside of Page is one of the most breathtaking places on earth. This tour last about 5 hours and the cost is $165.00 per person including tax and Navajo Park with a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 6. "This is a Hiking tour, not a Photography tour" ! This is a fabulous opportunity to witness the results of eons of Nature's magic as it sculpts rock using wind, water, and time. These tours are guided by area experts who will give you an overview of the geology, flora, fauna, and wildlife of the area. "Important Information" !

Museum of the Moving Image The Museum of Mathematics Secret Canyon Adventure / Slot Canyon Hummer Adventures The Secret Canyon Tour starts off with a off-road hummer excursion filled with obstacles and difficult terrain! During this short excursion, you and your family or friends will enjoy thrilling sand hill climbs, exciting rock crawls, and many other off-road obstacles that are guaranteed to excite! After the Hummer ride you’ll make your way through 150 yards of breath-taking desert landscape filled with a variety of plants and perhaps some wildlife. Adults – $125 Children 12 and under – $80 All taxes & entrance fees inclusive Take as many photos as you’d like!!! 3-4 week advance reservations are recommended!! *There is a 2 person minimum required to start a tour 2014 Tour start and end times: Aug 16th – Sept 30th October November/December 2014 & January 2015 Secret Canyon Tour Itinerary: Total tour time: 3 hours 10 minutes Bottled water provided

McCord Museum, Montreal History Museum Kéyah Hózhóní Tours - different options Half-Day Tour (4 hours) Minimum of 4 people. You have a choice of Monument Valley or nearby Mystery Valley. Mystery Valley offers many ancient, beautiful and well-preserved Anasazi dwellings, petroglyphs and pictographs, as well as natural arches. The Anasazi Indians lived throughout this area before they disappeared 800 years ago. Because few tours go there, Mystery Valley is a very quiet and peaceful place. $90 per person. The half-day Monument Valley tour includes additional photo opportunities, additional ruins and petroglyphs, and a short walk to Hidden Arch. All-Day Tour Minimum of 4 people. Hiking Tours Minimum of 2 people. Overnight Camping Minimum 2 people. Photo Guide Service Guiding serious photographers is one of our specialties.

Horseshoe Canyon Trail Directions From west of Green River, UT, take State Route 24 (Exit 147) south for approximately 24 miles to about a half mile south of the turnoff to Goblin Valley. Turn east on a dirt road. Bear right at the first fork, left at the second fork, continuing to a signed junction after about 25 miles. Turn left, and it's about six more miles from this junction with signs marking the way. Maps For a USGS topographic map, ask for Sugarloaf Butte. Contact Canyonlands National Park, 2282 South West Resource Boulevard, Moab, UT 84532; 435-719-2313 (general information). Trail notes Nowhere in America will you find a parallel to the stunning and ancient Indian rock art of Horseshoe Canyon. Information courtesy of Buck Tilton, author of Utah Hiking.

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