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Recent Posts:  Page 5

Adventure Aquarium Celebrates Shark Week

What's older than sharks? Almost nothing. Sharks have been swimming in the ocean for more than 400 million years. They predate practically everything that has a spine, including humans and dinosaurs. Here's another fun shark fact: Adventure Aquarium is the only aquarium in the country with a hammerhead shark. In honor of Shark Week 2014, our friends at Adventure Aquarium created this awesome shark graphic below. Don't forget that Adventure Aquarium is one of the attractions in Philadelphia CityPASS and the only one across the river in Camden, NJ. read more »

Movies Come to Life at Museum of Science's New 4-D Theater

Swimming with bottlenose dolphins in search of food is probably something most people will never experience, but a visit to the Museum of Science, Boston may get you closer to knowing what it would feel like. The Museum’s new 4-D Theater, which opened a week ago, will transform the way museum visitors experience film. 4-D combines the high definition features of a 3-D film with physical special effects, making viewers feel as though they are part of the movie. read more »

Lollapalooza’s Chicago History & Musical Attractions

Lollapalooza Once again this August, the Lollapalooza music festival rolls into Chicago’s Grant Park for three days of live music August 1 through August 3. This year’s acts include a diverse range of musicians that span the gamut from fresh-on-the-scene to straight-up legendary, including Lorde, Outkast, Kings of Leon, and Iggy Azalea. read more »

A First Visit to Boston's Old State House

Growing up about 60 miles outside of Boston, I’ve visited the city numerous times over the years: as a kid, mainly on field trips and family excursions; as a young adult, for shopping trips or nights out on the town. Despite all of the trips that have brought me past the Old State House, wedged firmly between the tall commercial buildings of the city’s downtown, I’ve never been inside. read more »

9/11 Museum's Expansive, Personal Look at an American Tragedy

How does a nation come to grips with one of the most horrific events in its history? Since the 9/11 Museum opened on May 21, more than 430,000 people have visited the expansive underground site to witness the stories and artifacts from the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. Attendance has exceeded expectations of museum officials, even with the $24 adult entry fee. read more »

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