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    American Museum of Natural History American Museum of Natural History New York, NY
    The American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan, New York has become one of the most celebrated and biggest museums in the world, sitting across from Central Park, this museum complex includes 25 interconnected structures that contain 46 permanent exhibition halls, famous library and research laboratories. The magnificent museum houses more than 32 million specimens, so that only a part of it can be shown on any day, with a scientific staff of over 200 people and it also sponsors more than 100 special field expeditions every year. The museum opened in 1869, after being housed in an old arsenal building that sat in Central Park. Theodore Roosevelt, Sr., father of the 26th President, along with many other well known New York elitists was one of the founders, with name like, Wolfe, Blodgett, Green, J. P. Morgan, Grinnell, Phelps Dodge, Choate, Parish and Potter, the list of who's who became involved. The museum contains habitat dioramas of Asia, North America and African mammals, a 62 foot Haida carved and painted war canoe from the Pacific northwest, the Star of India that is the biggest sapphire in the world, a full size model of a blue whale and a huge 31 ton piece of the Cape York meteorite. The whole floor is dedicated to vertebrate evolution, while the museum houses a large anthropological collection that include; collections from Central America and Mexico, Asian people, Man in Africa, general Native American collections, Pacific people and American Indian collections. In the Hall of Ocean Life, which opened in 1933, contains the 94 foot long blue whale model suspended from the ceiling and the Andros coral reef diorama that just happens to be the only two-level diorama in the Western Hemisphere. Another exhibit hall is the Bernard and Anne Spitzer Hall of Human Origins that had been the Hall of Human Biology and Evolution, opened in 2007, after being opened originally as the Hall of the Age of Man in 1921, is the sole major exhibition in the nation that offered an in-depth theory of human evolution. Their exhibits had traced the story of homo sapiens, lit up the path of man's evolution and looked at the origins of the human creation. Quite a few of the original exhibits from that first hall are still shown in their original condition, although in expanded formats. The exhibits include life-size dioramas of man's human predecessors, Australopithecus afarensis, homo ergaster, Neanderthal and Cro-Magnon, with each species showing the capabilities and behaviors that scientist considered them to be able to do. There are also full-sized casts of significant fossils, that include the 3.2 million year old Lucy bones and the 1.7 million year old Turkana boy, and homo erectus specimens that include the cast of the Peking man. This hall showcases replicas of ice age art that was discovered in the Dordogne area of southwestern France, and the limestone carvings of horses are believed to have been done almost 26,000 years ago and many consider them to be the earliest representations of art in the world. The Harry Frank Guggenheim Hall of Minerals contains hundreds of unique geological examples, sitting next to the Morgan Memorial Hall of Gems that feature many rare and priceless gemstones. The collection contains over 100,000 pieces that include the Patricia emerald, that is a 632 carat 12 sided stone that is believed to be one of the world's finest emeralds. This beautiful stone was discovered high in the Colombian Andes during the 1920s and named after the mine-owner's daughter. The Star of India is also shown here, donated by J. P. Morgan, after it had been discovered in a dry river bed more than three centuries ago in Sri Lanka. Some of the other fabulous gems included in the exhibit include a 596 pound topaz, a rare 100 carat orange-colored padparadschan sapphire that was found in Sri Lanka and thought to be "the mother of all pads", and a 4.5 ton piece of blue azurite/malachite ore that was discovered in the Copper Queen mine in Bisbee, Australia.  There is also the Hall of Meteorites, the Fossils Halls, the Rose Center and planetarium, the library which houses more than 550,000 volumes of pamphlets, reprints, monographs, archives, fine art, rare book collections, serials, microfilms, original illustration, film, photographic, and manuscripts. 

    Jersey City Museum
    Jersey City Museum Jersey City, New JerseyThe Jersey City Museum in downtown Jersey City, New Jersey is dedicated to collecting, displaying, preserving and interpreting its marvelous collections of sculpture, works on paper, 19th and 20th century paintings and material culture from the state. Striving to encourage community participation in the arts and to showcase the cultural diversity of the state, the museum pays more attention to the highlighting of contemporary artworks and give special recognition to the many artists that live in the area and state. The museum is housed in a cream colored historic brick structure that had been a post office warehouse during the 1920s and had enjoyed a $6.5 million restoration. The interior spaces, designed by Charles Gifford of Meyer and Gifford from New York, are masterfully enhanced by the skylight in the lobby, with a wonderful collection that has 20,000 collectibles. There is also a gift shop, offices, numerous galleries and a 152 seat theater. The museum had been opened in 1901 on the fourth floor of the Jersey City Free Public library and would remain under that umbrella until 1987, when the association began efforts to found a separate facility. In 1993, the city's redevelopment agency donated the structure that the museum now lives in on Montgomery Street and it has resided there ever since.

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    The Morgan LibraryThe Morgan Library New York, NY
    The Morgan Library and museum in New York city had initially been started to house the magnificent private library of J. P. Morgan in 1906 that included many printed books, manuscripts, prints and drawings and rare bound books. The library became a public institution by his son, J. P. Morgan, Jr. in 1924, and made a National Historic Landmark in 1966. The library is now housed in a complex of structures that has become a museum and center for scholarly research, with contents like original manuscripts, that include a few by Sir Walter Scott and Honore de Balzac, along with scraps of paper that Bob Dylan had written the songs, Blowin in the Wind and It Ain't Me Babe; illuminated manuscripts, incunabula, prints and drawings of European artists that include; Picasso, Rembrandt, Leonardo, Durer, Michelangelo, Rubens, Raphael and Gainsborough; early printed Bibles with three Guttenbergs, and numerous examples of outstanding bookbinding. Some of the excellent other materials include; items from ancient Egypt and medieval liturgical items that include Coptic literature, material from Emile Zola, a Percy Bysshe Shelley notebook, original poems by Robert Burns, William Blake's original drawings for his edition of the Book of Job, a journal by Henry David Thoreau, a Charles Dickens manuscript of a Christmas Carol, concept drawings by Antoine de Saint Exupery, a superb collection of autographed and annotated libretti and scores from Verdi, Beethoven, Chopin, Mahler, Brahms and Mozart's Haffner Symphony in D Major, along with manuscripts from Charlotte Bronte, George Sand, Lord Byron, William Makepeace and nine novels from Sir Walter Scott, including Ivanhoe. Morgan had collected a number of old masters paintings between 1907 and 1911, with offerings from Cima da Conegliano, Hans Memling and Perugino, although that had never become the collections main focus, and Ghirlandaio's masterpiece, Portrait of Giovanna Tomabuoni would be sold to Thyssen after the depression had depleted much money from the family's estate. Other famous artists showcased here include; John Ruskin, Vincent van Gogh, John Leech, Jean de Brunhoff, Paul Cezanne, Rembrandt van Rijin and Gaston Phoebus.

    The Drawing Center
    The Drawing Center New York, NY
    The Drawing Center in New York, New York is a SoHo museum that is dedicated to the exhibit of drawings, both contemporary and historical, sitting on the ground floor of a historic cast-iron building that opened in 1977. The center had been one of the groups that would occupy the World Trade Center in 2005, but it was taken off that list, although it did get part of a $20 million grant from the Carnegie Corporation that was one of the 406 city social service and arts facilities that would each receive a part of that grant, which was also made possible by a donation from the city's mayor, Michael Bloomberg. Every year, the center showcases special selections displays that feature the works of emerging artists along with exhibits of contemporary and historical drawing based works. The Drawing Room is right across the street from the Main Gallery and showcases dynamic, drawing-based installations and exhibits by emerging and under-recognized artists.

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    Sevilla Restaurant
    Entrees; served with soup of the day or salad; veal parmesan, veal in lemon & brandy sauce, veal in marsala wine & mushrooms, veal with mushrooms & brandy sauce, sautéed veal in wine & brandy sauce with almonds, broiled rack of lamb, surf & turf with filet & lobster, broiled filet mignon in mushrooms & brandy sauce, medallions of filet mignon in mushrooms & brandy sauce, broiled sirloin steak, broiled veal chops in mushrooms & brandy sauce, pork chops in garlic sauce, boneless chicken marsala in wine & mushrooms, breast of chicken in wine & brandy sauce with almonds, chicken in garlic sauce, chicken with rice, chicken cordon bleu; seafood combo & rice, seafood combo, chicken, Spanish sausage & rice, 2 1.25 lobsters stuffed with crabmeat & shrimp, broiled twin lobster tails cooked in brandy, lemon & wine sauce, cod fish with peppers, onions & light marinara sauce, combination seafood in garlic sauce, seafood combo in marinara sauce & brandy, shrimp with lemon-wine sauce, shrimp fra diavolo, fried shrimp, shrimp with yellow rice, shrimp with bacon & brandy sauce, shrimp in garlic sauce, stuffed shrimp with crabmeat & cream cheese, scallops & shrimp in marinara sauce, scallops & shrimp in green sauce, whole red snapper baked in lemon juice & clam sauce, broiled filet of flounder, stuffed filet of flounder with shrimp & crabmeat, broiled salmon with lemon & wine sauce.

    Entrees; pasta marinara, lasagna, pasta with garlic & oil, pasta with mushrooms, pasta vodka, cavatelli & broccoli, tortellini alfredo, baked ziti, pasta carbonara, pasta with clam sauce, red or white, pasta con filetto pomidoro, eggplant parmigiana, chicken cacciatore, chicken franchese, chicken Savoy, chicken Murphy, chicken with artichoke hearts, mushroom & peppers; veal parmigiana, veal picata, veal saltimbocca, veal Valdastano, shrimp marinara, shrimp scampi, shrimp franchese, shrimp parmigiana, shrimp fra diavolo, fried calamari, filet of fish franchese, zuppa di pesce, pasta with meatballs or sausage, cheese or meat ravioli, manicotti, stuffed shells, pasta primavera, pasta alfredo, pasta puttanesca, baked ziti Siciliano, pasta Bolognese, chicken parmigiana, chicken marsala, chicken Valdastano, eggplant rolletini.

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    Lambert Castle Lambert Castle Paterson, New Jersey
    The Lambert Castle in Paterson, New Jersey was constructed in 1892 for Catholina Lambert, the self-made owner of an important silk mill in the city, built in the Medieval revival style, since Lambert's dream was to build a house that reminded him of the castles in Britain that he recalled from his childhood days there. After he passed away in 1923, his family would sell the structure to the city, who then turned around and sold it to the county, only a couple of years later. The county used it for admin offices and in 1936, gave one of the rooms to the new Passaic County Historical Society to become its historical museum. As the years passed by, the collection would grow, until all the rooms on the floor were filled, and by 1990, it would have to get a multi-million dollar renovation, which developed all the floors into a marvelous museum. The country still owns and manages the castle, as well as its historical period rooms, changing and long-term exhibits, galleries, research library/archives and the educational programs for non-high school children. The society has stored many historical relics, archives and artworks in the castle and now it is referred to as a museum. Although Lambert's personal life was heartbreaking, his prowess and skill in the silk industry allowed him to expand and grow very rich. When he had been just a boy, he had passed castles in Yorkshire and Warwickshire on his way to work in the mills there, and these castles would be the catalyst that drove Lambert to construct one of his own. He started designing the mansion in 1891, on the Paterson property that his wife had purchased for him, situated on a hillside just below Garrett Mountain and it would be built with sandstone and granite, with the sandstone coming from quarries located near the area and the estimated cost would be in the neighborhood of half a million dollars. The wages at that time were only $1 a day for 10 or more hours of hard labor. The house/castle would be finished by 1892, and the Lamberts christened it with a huge house warming party for 400 of New York city's elite on January 31, 1893. In 1898, President McKinley and vice president Garret Hobart would visit the castle, since Hobart had been a Paterson native and his son would later become involved in the castle's history. A large 70 foot observation tower would be added on the crest of the cliff in 1896, with a long gallery constructed onto the main house that would house his enormous collection of European works of art.  As the new century arrived, it seemed as if Lambert's personal life would take another downturn as did his businesses, as Paterson endured the Great Fire, two floods and a terrible tornado, that affected all the businesses in the city. In 1901, his wife of 44 years, Isabella Lambert passed on, but three years later, Lambert would marry her younger sister who had also been widowed, Harriet. As 1913 approached and came, so did the famous Paterson silk strikes, as Lambert turned 79 years old. The strikes, as well as no capital funding, because of the start of WWI, would cause havoc in the silk industry and Lambert lost much of his former wealth to the point of having to mortgage his castle. He had to sell much of his collection of artworks in 1916, auctioning off 368 paintings and 32 sculptures, as well as one of his factories in Paterson. The next year, he and his son, Walter, started liquidating the assets of their main company, Dextor, Lambert and Company, although Lambert managed to pay off all his debtors. Lambert would pass on in 1923, at the age of 89 and is buried in the Cedar Lawn Cemetery in Paterson, beside his beloved wife, Isabella. Walter Lambert sold the castle and land to the city in 1925 for $125,000, and in 1928, they transferred the title to the new Passaic county parks commission. 

    Passaic County Historical Society
    Passaic County Historical Society Paterson, New JerseyThe Passaic Historical Society became a reality in 1926 and would become the heir of sorts to the Lambert Castle, bringing in hundreds and thousands of local historical relics to be kept in the castle, which remain there today. The castle would be added to the lists of the New Jersey and National Registers of Historic Places in 1976 and continue to add new collections and relics to the collections there. One new collection that was just added is the Bertha Koempel spoon collection that has its own room. Other major collections housed there include the Harry B. Haines collection that has photographs, clippings, letters and other miscellaneous collectibles of the county, by the leading owner and publisher of the Paterson Evening News that cover the period from the 1880s to the 1960s; the Andrew Derrom collection that contains objects, photographs, letters, clippings and other memorabilia from three generations of Andrews in the Derrom family of Paterson, with outstanding highlights including the plans and drawings of Col. Andrew Derrom, a well known military and civilian architect, as well as his Civil War career; WWI equipment, drawings and maps that belonged to the colonel's son, Captain Andrew Derrom, and his son's WWII career. The Garret A. Hobart collection that contains documents, photos, items and scrapbooks that pertain to the law, political and business careers of Vice President Hobart and include; photographs of major Washington political leaders, portraits of the Hobarts, memorabilia from his campaign, the Gorham ink well that had been commissioned by Congress, Jennie Tuttle Hobart's personal scrapbook, furniture from their house and Spanish-American War items that included lithographic illustrations and memorabilia. Another collection includes the S. U. M. Records that contains documents and letters of Alexander Hamilton, Pierre L'Enfant and Elias Boudinot, with hundreds of glass plate negatives; Curtis Wright Aeronautical Corp. Records containing negatives, house publication, documents and photographs that pertain to the company's airplane engine plant and early aviation history; Russell B. Evans Archaeological Collection with aboriginal relics and site excavation notes, drawings and maps; and many more collections, books and records that would take pages to compile a full list. But the best thing to do is visit the museum and enjoy all the collections first hand, taking your own time to peruse and explore.

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    Long Pond Iron Works State ParkLong Pond Iron Works West Milford, New Jersey
    The Long Pond Ironworks State Park in West Milford, New Jersey is well known for its numerous old stone walls, furnaces and other remains of a once busy ironworking community situated close to the Wanaque River. The ironworks had begun in 1766 by Peter Hasenclever, who had brought 500 ironworkers and their families from Germany to construct the ironworks plantation. They would construct a dam on Long Pond or Greenwood Lake as it is known today, producing the power that was needed to run a blast for the furnace and big forge. In 1882, metalworking would cease at the site, since newer factories were being constructed in Pittsburgh and bankrupting the industries here. The remains of those ironmaking buildings are still visible and date from the 18th and 19th centuries, with casting house ruins, charging areas, ice houses, furnaces, water wheels and other remnants that remind the community of what was once here and brought so many to this area. Many parts of the region are now going through some type of restoration, with the old country store completely restored and containing the Long Pond Ironworks Museum. The original village that would grow around this industry in the 19th century is Hewitt, and includes a store/post office, church, schoolhouses and dwellings and outbuildings for the managers and workers. The area of the Long Pond or Greenwood Lake has become the Monksville Reservoir, which is well known for its trophy size trout, muskellunge, bass and walleye. The reservoir is located on top of Monksville, New Jersey that was flooded to create the reservoir and is well used by fishermen, sporting clubs, the US Sailing Association and plein air painters.

    Paterson Museum
    Paterson Museum Paterson, NewJerseyThe Paterson Museum in Paterson, New Jersey opened in 1925 and is operated by the city with a mission to preserve and showcase the industrial history of the city located in the Old Great Falls Historic district. In 1982, the museum would move into the historic Thomas Rogers building on Market Street that had been the erecting shop of the Rogers Locomotive and Machine Works company, one of the finest 19th century manufacturers of railroad steam locomotives. Although not one of their productions, the museum houses the Fenian Ram, a submarine designed by John Philip Holland to be used by the Fenian Brotherhood, an Irish faction that was trying to win Ireland's independence. There is also an archive of Holland's life and work, with a big collection of early Colt firearms, as well as a playhouse facade constructed by Lou Costello for his children. Another outstanding display is the industrial equipment that was saved from the silk-weaving factories that had been an important part of the city's early history, which contains automated looms. Prior to the move to the Rogers building, the museum had been housed in the assembly room of the Danforth Public library with an outstanding exhibit of natural history relics that had been donated to the library by local citizens, and in 1927, the collections would be moved to the carriage house of the former city mayor and philanthropist, Nathan Barnert. The city has been the birthplace of many innovations and inventions, that are showcased here and include the silk industry, Colt arms, locomotive manufacturing and the unusual Holland submarines.

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    Statue of Liberty National MonumentStatue of Liberty National Monument Jersey City, New Jersey
    The Statue of Liberty National Monument is located in the New York Harbor, made up of the Liberty Island and Ellis Island, that includes the magnificent and iconic Statue of Liberty that stands so proudly and majestically on Liberty Island, which was dedicated in 1886. The immigration station on Ellis Island opened in 1892 and closed in 1954, after welcoming millions of immigrants from around the world. President Calvin Coolidge made the statue a national monument in 1924, and then in 1937, using proclamation 2250, President Franklin Roosevelt enlarged that act to include all of Bedloe's Island and in 1956, by an act of Congress, the island's name would be officially changed to Liberty Island. In 1965, President Lyndon Johnson would make Ellis Island a part of the national park and in 1966, it would be the only United State Historic district on the National Register of Historic Places. The Statue of Liberty is world famous, especially as a symbol of freedom, given to this country by France in celebration of our undying friendship since they helped a small group of colonies become an independent nation, under God, by the people, for the people and of the people. As millions of immigrants came to the new land, the new world, of freedoms never before enjoyed or felt, they would see that enormous statue and know deep down in their hearts that this nation would welcome them and enable them to become whatever they chose to be. Inside the national monument, a plaque is engraved with the words from "The New Colossus", a poem by Emma Lazarus: "Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!" Is this still that country? Are we still willing to welcome those mentioned above? Perhaps we should ask Arizona, although they weren't one of the original thirteen, in fact, they didn't become a state until, 1912, after the revolution, after the War of 1812, and after the Civil War. They weren't even involved in any of the Indian wars, the Mexican war or the Spanish-American War. But, because we have always welcomed new peoples to our nation, it is and was more than welcome to join our small country, that has grown into one of the most destructive or constructive power on this earth. The monument is situated in the Upper New York Bay, east of Liberty State Park in Jersey City, New Jersey and southwest of the end of Manhattan in New York City.

    Great Falls
    Great Falls Paterson, New JerseyThe Great Falls of the Passaic River in Paterson, New Jersey is 77 feet high and became a national park in 2009, since it is one of this nation's biggest waterfalls, playing an important part in the early industrial development of the state, during its earliest period. It is part of the Great Falls of Paterson-Garrett Mountain National Natural Landmark, and made a National Historic Landmark district in 1976. In 1977, the falls' raceway and power systems would become a Historic Civil Engineering Landmark and when the river reaches flood stages, it then becomes a magnificent site and force of nature that showcases enormous amounts of water rushing over the falls. The falls had been the site of villages for the Lenape Native Americans and eventually for the early Dutch settlers that arrived here in the late 1690s. Alexander Hamilton would come and visit the falls in 1778, and became quite impressed with its potential for industry, and when he became the country's Secretary of Treasury, he chose the site to become the country's first planned industrial city that he called a "national manufactory". Hamilton would be involved in the formation of the Society for the Establishment of Useful Manufactures (S. U. M.) in 1791 that would become the state-chartered private corporation that would attempt to fulfill his vision. Paterson was the city that would be founded by the society and named for state governor William Paterson in thanks to his admirable efforts to promote the society. Even though SUM didn't live up to Hamilton's dream, it did become quite successful in the real estate development of the area, and the falls would become the heart of a growing mill industry, with many canals called raceways being built. Just two years after the creation of the society, the falls would become the site of the first water powered cotton spinning mill in the state in 1793, and by 1812, it had become the site of the state's first continuous roll paper mill. Other companies that would utilize the power of the falls included the Rogers Locomotive Works in 1832, the Colt revolver in 1837 and the USS Holland in 1898. The society would continue its outstanding efforts until 1945, when it was sold, with its charter and properties to the city. Then, the area would fall into rubble after the sharp decline in manufacturing in the early 20th century, and by 1971, the Great Falls Preservation and Development Corporation was started to rejuvenate and redevelop the historic raceways and mills' structures. In 1976, President Ford made the falls and the surrounding areas a National Natural Landmark, that is able to preserve whatever is left and to help it regrow into something more useful and meaningful for the entire community. The state announced plans to create a new urban state park in the Paterson area that encompasses the Great Falls and are planning on calling it the Great Falls State Park.

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    NJ Historical SocietyNew Jersey Historical Society Newark, New Jersey
    The New Jersey Historical Society in Newark, New Jersey is both a historical society and museum that was started in 1845 in Trenton, by business and intellectual leaders of the state, with the most prominent being William Whitehead, Joseph C. Hornblower and Peter Dr. Vroom. It would be situated on Market Street in Newark at the beginning, and then later moved into a big colonial style structure that had been partly financed by Louis Bamberger in Broadway, located east of Branch Brook Park in 1931. By 1997, it had outgrown that space and would move back downtown into a Georgian style structure that had been left empty by the Essex Club. It was constructed in 1926, and had been added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1991. During their first year at the new location, attendance would increase five times and enjoy the freedom afforded by the larger venue. The library for the society is now located in the former squash courts of the old club and the museum resides on two floors filled with exhibitions, a hall for lectures and a gift shop. The society does occasionally offer walking tours of the city's historical places and publishes the academic journal, the New Jersey History. The third floor of the building is used for the permanent exhibit of the state's natural resources, while the second floor is used for rotating displays.  The society collections include; furniture, ceramics, reference books, glass, costumes, tools, paintings, rare books, manuscripts, photographs, maps, broadsides, pamphlets and much more. It entails the physical records of the state's history and present, as well as a plethora of stories that were gathered here to touch, learn, understand and explore.

    Liberty Science Center
    Liberty Science Center Jersey City, New JerseyThe Liberty Science Center in Jersey City, New Jersey is an interactive science museum and learning center that opened in 1993 as the state's first major science museum, with outstanding science displays, the biggest IMAX Dome theater in the nation, the original Hoberman sphere, a silver, computer-driven engineering artwork created by Chuck Hoberman and many educational resources. When the museum opened, there was another artwork displayed that is very relative to the sciences and that would be Jim Gary's Twentieth Century Dinosaurs sculpture exhibit, located on the ground floor. In 2007, the center completed a 22 month, $109 million expansion and restoration project that added 100,000 square feet to the structure, making it now almost 300,000 square feet of available space. The center has state-of-the-art surround sound and one of the world's finest picture screen. Their exhibits include; Our Hudson Home that help visitors learn more about the wildlife and ecology of the Hudson River area; Skyscraper! Achievement and Impact that is the biggest exhibit of skyscrapers in the world, with relics from the horrible World Trade Center disaster and more; I Explore which is age restricted allowing only children under six and their guardians; Eat and Be Eaten that looks at the predator-prey relationship; Communication which looks at human communications in four areas; Infection Connection that assist visitors in understanding how people's actions can affect the globe's health issues; Wonder Why that houses quite a few of the original exhibits; Traveling Exhibit that contains various displays shown; Energy Quest that looks at the various energy types and the technologies that have been used to harness them and Wildlife Challenge that is a seasonal outdoor exhibit that offers visitors a chance to try different physical activities.

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