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Destination Detours
Posted on Mar 20, 2013


The web links below represent attractions we have presented on The Dave Nemo Show and The Taylor and Phillips Show.  These links are provided solely as a service to you, our listeners, to enable you to more easily research these topics and/or organizations.  Please understand that inclusion on this list does not necessarily imply an endorsement or tacit approval of any group, organization or individual.  Neither does inclusion on this list imply approval of any political or philosophical position.  These links are provided as informational only.  Please note that descriptions below are taken from the individual websites.


*NOTE: THIS SECTION IS EXPERIENCING TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES AND MANY ENTRIES HAVE BEEN LOST!*

 

20 Mule Team Museum

The Mission is to acquire and document artifacts pertaining to local history and to the history of borax mining in Death Valley and Boron.

 

Spinning Top and Yo-Yo Museum -and-

Logic Puzzle Museum in Burlington, WI

Hands-on museums featuring thousands of toys, demonstrations, and history. 

 

Crime Museum in Washington D. C.

Described by Good Morning America as a "must see for CSI fans," this museum includes a crime lab and the filming studios for America's Most Wanted. A simulated shooting range, high-speed police-chase, and hundreds of interactives and artifacts pertaining to America's favorite subject.

 

Studebaker National Museum in South Bend, IN

The Mission of The Studebaker National Museum is to honor and perpetuate the legacy of the rich industrial heritage of the South Bend area, through the display, interpretation, conservation and preservation of Studebaker vehicles, archives and other objects to enrich present and future generations.

 

 

International Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame in Arlington, TX

The International Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame collects, preserves and researches bowling’s history, provides a suitable home for bowling’s major halls of fame, and makes the museum’s information and collection available to interested parties globally for education, promotion and entertainment while promoting the sport and industry to as many people as possible, thus providing value and visibility to its industry.

 

Tennessee State Museum in Nashville, TN

One of the largest museums in the nation with interpretive exhibits beginning 15,000 years ago with prehistoric people and continuing through the early 1900s, special displays of furniture, silver, weapons, quilts, and paintings.

 

National Packard Museum in Warren, OH

A world-class museum that collects, preserves, and exhibits a collection of automobiles, artifacts, and documents and hosts educational programs and special events that further our Vision "to ensure the Packard Legacy endures."

 

Castle Halloween in Benwood/Wheeling, WV

Tour 250 years of Halloween memorabilia— costumes, fortune telling, folk art, candy containers, toys, Salem witch, games, Harry Potter, Nightmare Before Christmas, paper mache Jack O’Lanterns, in memorium, art & paintings, paranormal, and Easter Witches. Over 35,000 items spanning over 250 years! 

 

B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore, MD

Comprised of the oldest and most comprehensive collection of railroad history in the Western Hemisphere, the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum, Inc. is a unique cultural and educational asset for the city and the region.

 

Aliceville POW Museum and Cultural Center in Aliceville, AL

During World War II approximately 425,000 Axis soldiers were interned in 700 POW camps in the U.S. One of the largest camps was at Aliceville with a capacity for 6,000 prisoners.

 




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