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Hollywood History Museum

Hollywood History Museum

Los Angeles, United States

This museum showcases a wide range of exhibits, including the props that were used in Hollywood films. Visitors are shown how the industry began with the silent film, and then moving onto the Hollywood Golden Era, to the technology used today and finally to the future of the industry. You also get a chance to see the whip used by Harrison Ford in Indiana Jones, as well as Marilyn Monroe's autopsy....

What to do with children in tow

What to do with children in tow

Bangkok, Thailand

Siam Ocean World This is Southeast Asia's largest aquarium with 400 kinds of more than 30,000 aquatic creatures for visitors to view. Children and adults alike will love to watch the sharks and penguins being fed (13:00 or 14:00 hrs). They can take a walk through the breathtaking underwater tunnel and see dolphins, rays, colorful fish and many other under water creatures through the glass which...

Atashkadeh

Atashkadeh

Isfahan, Iran

Address: western outskirts of Isfahan, near intersection of Amir Kabir Road with Atashgah Avenue Timings: 830am to 5pm Tickets: IRR 2000 Located on a hilly mound outside the city, the Atashkadeh is a fire temple that dates back to the Sassanian era. Seen from a distance, as you approach it from the east on Atashgah Avenue, it bears a striking resemblance to the Greek Acropolis at At...

British Museum

British Museum

London, United Kingdom

The founding of the British Museum can be traced back to one man.  Sir Hans Sloane had a lucrative physician practice, serving three monarchs, and was a prodigious collector of rarities.  When he died in 1753 at the ripe old age of 92, he left his collection to the British people (not wanting to see it broken up). The initial donation of 71,000 objects included 40,000 books, plant and ...