Category: Museums


The Louis Vuitton Volez, Voguez, Voyagez Exhibition exceeded my expectations. I exited the frigid temperatures of New York City and entered into the museum featuring the world of Louis Vuitton. The exhibit shared a candid story about the growth, history and ... Read More


Wow! The exhibits at the Studio Museum of Harlem located in Manhattan, New York were unique! The exhibition “Speaking of People: Ebony, Jet, and Contemporary Art” focuses on pieces by artists who inspired by various articles in the Ebony and Jet magazines. The Studio Museum of Harlem has three floors. It ... Read More


Leave the busy streets of New York City and step into Latin America, Spain and Portugal. The best part is that they are all located in one building, The Hispanic Society Museum and Library. The museum hosts a variety of artists including pieces by Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida, Diego Valazquez ... Read More


I was visiting the historic town of St. Augustine, Florida when I learned that there was a Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum nearby. I've watched ... Read More


The tour began with a long bumpy drive up a steep mountain that led to the entrance of the Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park. Along the way, the road shaded with lush green trees on both sides that were occupied by a variety of birds happily singing their tunes. The Tour ... Read More


My stylist handed me a scarlet red cloak and a masquerade mask that was similar to the garment worn in the Romantic Victorian Era. The velvet cloak was a symbol of wealth, power and class. It was used to conceal a woman’s identity, keep her warm or to disguise her ... Read More


Wow! The exhibits at the American Folk Art Museum in Manhattan, New York, represented various pieces from self-taught artists that were all very distinctive. Each artist expressed themselves through their artwork in the form of suits, boots, ... Read More


It looked so simple from the outside. The Museum of Sex in white text hung above the glass windows. The mannequins showcased in the windows wore little or no clothes. It resembled ... Read More


Fashion Underground: The World of Susanne Bartsch was an international fashion extravaganza that placed some of the most beautiful pieces all in one location showcased at ... Read More


The National Museum of the American Indian gave me a first-hand look at the life of the Native Americans. This museum is an extension of the ... Read More