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Plimoth Plantation

Plimoth Plantation, founded in 1947, is a living history museum in Plymouth, Massachusetts, featuring a replica of a 1627 Pilgrim village. It is located at 137 Warren Avenue, a few miles southeast of the actual site of the Plymouth Colony. 275 more words

Travel

Bonus Ep: What Makes an Open Air Museum Memorable (Museums in Strange Places Podcast)

I’ve just released a bonus episode of Museums in Strange Places featuring extra content from my interview with Sigurlaugur Ingólfsson, Project Manager at the Árbær Open Air Museum in Reykjavík, Iceland. 131 more words

Iceland

Book Review: A Memory of Muskets by Kathleen Ernst

A Memory of Muskets
A Chloe Ellefson Mystery
Kathleen Ernst
Midnight Ink, October 2016
ISBN
Trade Paperback

I’m having a hard time thinking of this novel as a mystery. 344 more words

Full Reviews

Museums are [.....] Awesome! An ALHFAM 2017 Keynote Takeaway

I had great expectations for the keynote address at the ALHFAM conference in this year, and Dustin Growick, Audience Development Outreach Manager at Museum Hack… 1,036 more words

ALHFAM

The Dreaded Performance Review

Is your institution still stuck in the cycle of the dreaded, annual performance review? I am afraid mine still is, and frankly it’s awful. (I am sure some of my coworkers reading this will rat me out. 411 more words

ALHFAM

Livestock Care in Museums

Recently a dedicated group of ALHFAM members, primarily from the Farm Professional Interest Group, took the time to develop and/or revise three documents relating to the use of livestock in museum settings. 138 more words

ALHFAM