We are fast approaching the end of a second full month of quarantine. This long-term shutdown has forced many historic […]
Museum workers across the country have been hit with massive waves of layoffs and pay cuts in the wake of […]
Since the 1970s, The Delaware Agricultural Museum and Village in Dover has transported visitors into a late nineteenth-century agricultural town […]
The National Park Service Northeast Region Interpretive Workshop, “Making Connections Through Active Engagement,” for the Delaware and Lehigh National Heritage Corridor will take place on March 30-April 1, 2016.
The former headquarters of the National Woman’s Party could be added to the National Park System.
On Monday, July 20, officials announced a plan for a climate change museum in New York City.
The Harrison Township Historical Society’s? new exhibition, “Eyewitnesses,” gives objects from the Museum’s rich collections a voice to tell their stories.
There’s something about a night game, especially in our nation’s capital. The excitement of the crowd as they arrive at […]
The Families and Work Institute is working on a new report to investigate the types of knowledge, expertise, and resources institutions are using to create children’s programming.
As a teacher and museum educator, one of my most difficult tasks is helping students move from a mode of […]