The artifacts, art, culture, and history of people and their homes help bring understanding of who we are today.
There are many forms of art, and it is valued by the eye of the beholder. Contemporary, classic, neoclassic, and more.
Clothing and Textiles
Clothing and textiles go back to early man. There is no shortage of variety, colors, and styles.
Trees, shrubs, bushes, flowers, cacti and all varieties of plants make up arboretums. They aren't just gardens, they are living museums.
Old homes offer a glimpse into the past. Usually these are the dwellings of royalty or someone with great accomplishments.
Windy paths through handcrafted forests often made with Asian trees, tea houses, and ponds filled with interesting fish.
Unlike a maze, the Labyrinth is intended as a way to clear the mind rather than confuse it. Labyrinths come in many forms: build from rocky paths, complex walls of foliage, or floor tiles in a holy building.
A monument is a structure that was created to commemorate a person or important event, as a part of the remembrance of historic times or cultural heritage, or as an example of historic architecture.
An institution devoted to the procurement, care, study, and display of objects of lasting interest or value.
Battleships, aircraft carriers, attack cruisers, sailboats, and all other forms of objects that float on the sea.
Parks & Recreation
Nature provides a natural museum in the form of landscapes and natural structures.