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1 Musée Mécanique http://museemecaniquesf.com/ Pier 45, Fishermans Wharf, San Francisco, CA 94133 Unique collection of antique coin-operated arcade games, orchestrions and other artefacts, some of them over 100 years old. This type of machine breaks constantly so they are usually held in private collections, but Musée Mécanique has its own maintenance workshop allowing it to continue running them interactively for the public. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mus%C3%A9e_M%C3%A9canique https://niche-museums.imgix.net/IMG_1606.JPG Mechanical circus at Musée Mécanique 37.8094 -122.4162           0 Shed A Pier 45 Russian Hill San Francisco San Francisco City and County California 94133 United States us
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2 Bigfoot Discovery Museum https://www.bigfootdiscoveryproject.com/ 5497 Highway 9, Felton, CA 95018 Founder Michael Rugg has been collecting evidence of Bigfoot for decades, and will happily take you through all of it and answer any of your Sasquatch questions. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bigfoot_Discovery_Museum https://niche-museums.imgix.net/IMG_4921.jpeg Proprietor Michael behind his desk, covered in Bigfoot paraphernalia 37.0414 -122.0725
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        "title": "Searching for Bigfoot: If the elusive creature exists, he\u2019s probably hiding deep in the Santa Cruz Mountains",
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Bigfoot Museum 5497 University of California Santa Cruz Felton                                                     2019-10-23T21:32:12-07:00 2019-10-24T19:55:37-07:00 United States      
3 Burlingame Museum of PEZ Memorabilia http://www.burlingamepezmuseum.com/ 214 California Drive, Burlingame, CA 94010 One of every Pez dispenser ever sold - over 1000 unique dispensers. Also home to a classic toy museum and a banned toy museum, including the Atomic Energy Laboratory and Lawn Darts. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burlingame_Museum_of_Pez_Memorabilia https://niche-museums.imgix.net/IMG_4248.jpeg Six antique Pez dispensers on display 37.5793 -122.3442
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1       0   California Drive     San Mateo County California 94101 United States of America us
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Burlingame Museum of PEZ Memorabilia 214     Burlingame                                                   2019-10-23T21:32:12-07:00 2019-10-24T19:55:37-07:00 United States      
4 Hyde Street Pier https://www.nps.gov/safr/learn/historyculture/historic-vessels.htm 2905 Hyde Street, San Francisco, CA 94109 This historic ferry pier now hosts a collection of ships, including an 1886 square rigged sailing ship (the Balclutha), a 1907 steam tugboat (the Hercules) and Eureka, a side-wheel paddle steamboat built in 1890 which is now the largest existing wooden ship in the world. The museum is run by the National Park Service so if you have their annual pass you can get in for free. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyde_Street_Pier https://niche-museums.imgix.net/IMG_0353.jpeg Looking down the pier at the Eureka 37.8077 -122.4209           0   Hyde Street Pier Russian Hill San Francisco San Francisco City and County California 14123 United States us
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5 Museum of Russian Culture http://mrcsf.org/ 2450 Sutter Street, San Francisco, California 94115 The Museum of Russian Culture "was established by those who left Russia as a result of the Civil War of 1917–1922". It is located on the third floor of the Russian Center Building and is open 10:30am to 2:30pm on Wednesdays and Saturdays.       37.7852 -122.4409           0   Sutter Street Western Addition San Francisco San Francisco City and County California 94115 United States us
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  2451       1635 Divisadero Garage                                                 2019-10-23T21:32:12-07:00 2019-10-24T18:50:53-07:00 United States      
6 Hiller Aviation Museum https://www.hiller.org/ 601 Skyway Road, San Carlos, CA 94070 Specializes in Northern California aircraft history and helicopter history. The collection includes one of just two surviving prototypes of the 1955 Hiller Flying Platform, the front 45 feet of a Boeing 747 and a Grumman HU-16 Albatross that was the first of its kind to circumnavigate the earth. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hiller_Aviation_Museum     37.5126 -122.253           0   Skyway Road   San Carlos San Mateo County California 94070 United States of America us
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            San Carlos Airport                                               2019-10-23T21:32:12-07:00 2019-10-24T18:50:53-07:00 United States      
7 Santa Cruz Surfing Museum http://www.santacruzsurfingmuseum.org/ 701 West Cliff Drive, Santa Cruz, CA 95060 A museum documenting the history of surfing, housed inside the Mark Abbott Memorial Lighthouse. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santa_Cruz_Surfing_Museum     36.9514 -122.0266           0   Pelton Avenue   Santa Cruz Santa Cruz County California 95060 United States us
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8 Jehning Lock Museum http://www.jehninglockmuseum.com/ 175 Castro Street, Mountain View, CA 94041 Locks, keys, locksmithing tools, safes and more.       37.394 -122.0786    
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              Eagle's Aerie 2356                                             2019-10-23T21:32:12-07:00 2019-10-23T21:32:12-07:00 United States      
9 The Bay Model https://www.spn.usace.army.mil/Missions/Recreation/Bay-Model-Visitor-Center/ 2100 Bridgeway, Sausalito, CA 94965 A working hydraulic model of the San Francisco Bay and Sacramento to San Joaquin River Delta System, approximately the size of two football fields. Built by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in the 1950s to study the impact of proposed changes to the delta. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/U.S._Army_Corps_of_Engineers_Bay_Model https://niche-museums.imgix.net/IMG_1799.jpeg A portion of the Bay Model 37.8635 -122.4948    
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    0   Bridgeway     Marin County California 94965 United States us
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Bay Model Visitor Center 2100   Sausalito                                                     2019-10-23T21:32:12-07:00 2019-10-24T19:55:37-07:00 United States      
10 Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum https://egyptianmuseum.org/ 1660 Park Avenue, San Jose, CA 95126 The Rosicrucians are "a community of mystics who study and practice the metaphysical laws governing the universe." Their Egyptian museum hosts the largest collection of ancient Egyptian antiquities in the Western United States, mostly collected from Egypt in the 1920s. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rosicrucian_Egyptian_Museum https://niche-museums.imgix.net/IMG_0859.jpeg The architecture of the museum has an ancient Egyptian flavor 37.3334 -121.9231    
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    0   Park Avenue College Park San Jose Santa Clara County California 95191 United States us
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Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum 1660 Rose Garden                                                       2019-10-23T21:32:12-07:00 2019-10-24T19:55:37-07:00 United States      
11 Nike Missile Site SF-88 https://www.nps.gov/goga/nike-missile-site.htm Field Road, Sausalito, CA 94965 The only fully restored Cold War era Nike missile site in the country, hosting surface-to-air nuclear missiles for shooting down incoming Russian bomber planes! The first Saturday of the month is Veterans Open House, providing an opportunity to hear from the veteran missile techs who used to run these sites. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nike_Missile_Site_SF-88 https://niche-museums.imgix.net/IMG_1254.jpeg A nuclear missile inside the bunker 37.8271 -122.5275    
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    0   Field Road     Marin County California 94965 United States of America us
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Nike Missile Site SF-88                 Marin City                                         2019-10-23T21:32:12-07:00 2019-10-24T20:07:36-07:00 United States      
12 The American Bookbinders Museum https://bookbindersmuseum.org/ 355 Clementina Street, San Francisco, CA 94103 Showcasing the artistry, history, and craft of bookbinding. The New York Times described it as "a small, obsessive collection of machinery and ephemera." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Bookbinders_Museum https://niche-museums.imgix.net/bookbinders.heic The outside of the bookbinders museum. 37.7813 -122.403    
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    0   Clementina Street South of Market San Francisco San Francisco City and County California 94103-3124 United States of America us
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13 California State Railroad Museum https://www.californiarailroad.museum/ 111 I Street, Sacramento, CA 95814 So many trains, some dating all the way back to 1862! Everyone loves trains. They also have historic carriages, including restored Pullman dining cars you can explore. One of the carriages is mounted on a motion simulator providing a delightfully mild rocking sensation. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/California_State_Railroad_Museum https://niche-museums.imgix.net/IMG_4205.jpeg A lovely old timey train 38.5849 -121.5046    
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    0       Sacramento Sacramento County California 95814 United States us
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California State Railroad Museum 125                 I Street                                       2019-10-24T22:23:19-07:00 2019-10-24T22:23:19-07:00 United States      
14 The Gregangelo Museum https://www.gregangelomuseum.com/ 225 San Leandro Way, San Francisco, CA 94127 Incredibly varied installation art located in a 1920s Mediterranean-style house. Visits by appointment only. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gregangelo_Museum https://niche-museums.imgix.net/IMG_3817.jpeg A weird alien bed 37.7326 -122.4686           0   San Leandro Way Saint Francis Wood San Francisco San Francisco City and County California 94127 United States us
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15 The Salt and Pepper Shaker Museum http://thesaltandpeppershakermuseum.com/ 461 Brookside Village Way, Gatlinburg, TN 37738 More than 20,000 sets of salt and pepper shakers from around the world. Everything you can imagine has been captured in the form of a shaker. Highlights include NASA salt and pepper shakers and branded salt and pepper shakers from different airline first class flights. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Museum_of_Salt_and_Pepper_Shakers https://niche-museums.imgix.net/salt-pepper.jpeg Shelves full of salt and pepper shakers 35.7162331 -83.5025032
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  0   East Parkway   Gatlinburg Sevier County Tennessee 37883 United States us
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The Salt and Pepper Shaker Museum                                                           2019-10-27T21:01:23-07:00 2019-12-27T10:09:14+00:00 United States      
16 International Art Museum of America https://www.iamasf.org/ 1023 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94103 Founded in 2011 by H. H. Dorje Chang Buddha III, who claims to be a reincarnation of Buddha and is responsible for most of the art in the museum. Each piece is accompanied by a plaque which explains its artistic merit in effervescent terms. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Art_Museum_of_America https://niche-museums.imgix.net/iama.jpeg A plaque with an effervescent caption. 37.7816 -122.4108           0   Market Street Tenderloin San Francisco San Francisco City and County California 94103 United States of America us
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International Art Museum of America 1025                                                         2019-10-28T05:13:26-07:00 2019-10-28T05:13:26-07:00 United States      
17 Novelty Automation http://www.novelty-automation.com/ 1a Princeton Street, London, WC1R 4AX London's best kept secret: a gallery of hand made satirical coin operated arcade machines built by Tim Hunkin. Enjoy a micro break holiday, launder money through the credit crisis, operate a personal nuclear reactor and spy on celebrities with a drone. Delightful. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Novelty_Automation https://niche-museums.imgix.net/novelty-automation.jpeg The microbreak holiday simulator. 51.5197 -0.1169           0   Princeton Street Holborn London   England WC1R 4AX United Kingdom gb
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  3 St Giles                 Greater London                                     2019-10-28T09:54:06-07:00 2019-10-28T09:54:06-07:00 United Kingdom      
18 Pirates Museum https://pirates-museum.business.site 103, Rue de Liège, Tsaralalàna, PRIORI travels, 4th floor, Boîte Post BP-273, Antananarivo, 101, Madagascar Tiny museum dedicated to Madagascar's pirate history. The exhibits are in French but an English translated handout is available, which makes copious use of the word "booty".   https://niche-museums.imgix.net/madagascar-pirates.jpeg Pirate paraphernalia. -18.907 47.5183    
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    0   Làlana Liège Fokontany Vohijoky Antananarivo   Analamanga 101 Madagascar mg
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  103 Ampasamadinika         PRIORI travels voyages Reisen                                             2019-10-29T08:51:21-07:00 2019-10-29T08:51:21-07:00 Madagascar      
19 David Rumsey Map Center https://library.stanford.edu/rumsey Bing Wing, Green Library, 459 Lasuen Mall, Stanford, CA 94305 Opened April 19th 2016 to provide access to historic cartographic information in both paper and digital forms. An incredible collection of beautiful old maps.   https://niche-museums.imgix.net/david-rumsey-map-center.heic A room full of maps. 37.4269 -122.1679           0         Santa Clara County California 94305-6015 United States of America us
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                  Stanford     Stanford University Via Crespi                                 2019-10-30T13:54:36-07:00 2019-10-30T13:54:36-07:00 United States      
20 Galerie de Paléontologie et d’Anatomie comparée https://www.jardindesplantesdeparis.fr/fr/programme/galeries-jardins-zoo-bibliotheques/galerie-paleontologie-danatomie-comparee-2770 2 Rue Buffon, 75005 Paris, France So you want to see a vast number of animal bones? This collection was established in 1898 but has exhibits that date back even earlier, including the skeleton of Louis XV's rhino which died at the hand of a revolutionary in 1793. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gallery_of_Paleontology_and_Comparative_Anatomy https://niche-museums.imgix.net/galerie-de-anatomie.heic It really does have a lot of skeletons. 48.8433 2.3634           0   Rue Buffon   Paris Paris Île-de-France 75005 France fr
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Galeries de Paléontologie et d'Anatomie comparée   Quartier du Jardin des Plantes                       Paris 5e Arrondissement                               2019-10-31T10:58:24-07:00 2019-10-31T17:01:24-07:00 France      
21 DEVIL-ish Little Things https://www.facebook.com/DEVILishLittleThingsMuseum/ 3409 L Street, Vancouver, Washington Marion Held has been collecting devils for twenty years. Her collection is now available to see in her home - a converted church - by appointment only.   https://niche-museums.imgix.net/devilish.heic A trio of devilish mugs. 45.6461 -122.6596
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  3457 Officers Row                                                       2019-11-01T14:32:30-07:00 2019-11-27T20:39:52-08:00 United States      
22 Mardi Gras World https://www.mardigrasworld.com/ 1380 Port of New Orleans Place, New Orleans, LA 70130 A 300,000 square foot working warehouse where you can see sculptors and artists making floats for parades in New Orleans and other cities, and explore a vast collection of floats from previous years. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mardi_Gras_World https://niche-museums.imgix.net/mardi-gras-world.heic An artist working on a piece for a float 29.9346 -90.0618           0   Port of New Orleans Place   New Orleans Orleans Parish Louisiana 70130 United States us
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  1380 French Quarter         Kern Studios                                             2019-11-02T07:56:28-07:00 2019-11-02T07:56:28-07:00 United States      
23 Environmental Volunteers EcoCenter https://www.evols.org/visit-the-ecocenter/ 2560 Embarcadero Road, Palo Alto, CA 94303 This boat-shaped building was built in 1941 as a base for the Sea Scouts. It now houses the headquarters for the Environmental Volunteers and incorporates an event space and a tiny collection of taxidermy birds.   https://niche-museums.imgix.net/ecocenter.heic Some taxidermy birds. 37.4564 -122.1084           0   Embarcadero Road   Palo Alto Santa Clara County California 94303 United States us
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24 Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum https://www.evergreenmuseum.org/ 500 Northeast Captain Michael King Smith Way, McMinnville, OR 97128 They have the Spruce Goose! Howard Hughes' incredible wooden flying boat, which held the record for largest wingspan of any aircraft from its first (and only) flight in November 1947 until finally being beaten in April 2019. You can tour the plane and if you pay to have your photo taken they will let you sit in the cockpit. The museum also hosts an SR-71A Blackbird, Titan II and Titan IV ICBMs, a Mercury Space Capsule and dozens of other historic aircraft. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evergreen_Aviation_%26_Space_Museum https://niche-museums.imgix.net/spruce-goose.heic The Spruce Goose. 45.2041 -123.1453           0   Northeast Captain Michael King Smith Way     Yamhill County Oregon 97128 United States us
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Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum       McMinnville                                                   2019-11-03T03:37:25-08:00 2019-11-03T03:37:25-08:00 United States      
25 Autoservicio Condorito https://www.airbnb.ie/things-to-do/places/2924076 Avenue Arístides Villanueva 644, M5500 Mendoza, Argentina This convenience store hosts a stunning taxidermy collection, nested among and occasionally overwhelming the other items that it sells.   https://niche-museums.imgix.net/autoservicio.heic Much taxidermy. -32.8916 -68.8595           0   Arístides Villanueva Bombal Ciudad de Mendoza Sección 5ª Residencial Sur Mendoza 5501 Argentina ar
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  598                   Departamento Capital                                     2019-11-04T02:42:18-08:00 2019-11-04T02:42:18-08:00 Argentina      
26 Dingles Fairground Heritage Centre https://www.fairground-heritage.org.uk/ The Fairground Heritage Centre, Milford, Lifton, Devon, PL16 0AT, UK Home of the National Fairground Collection, Dingles has over 45,000 indoor square feet of vintage fairground rides... and you can go on them! Highlights include the last complete surviving and operational Moonrocket from 1939, Brett's Ghost Train from 1947 and Edwards’ Dodgems, a 96 foot track with cars dating back to 1932.   https://niche-museums.imgix.net/dodgems.heic Dodgems at Dingles 50.6558 -4.251           0   A30   West Devon Devon England EX20 4QR United Kingdom gb
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    Stowford                 South West England       Dingles Steam Village                             2019-11-05T07:17:09-08:00 2019-11-05T07:17:09-08:00 United Kingdom      
27 Ilfracombe Museum http://www.ilfracombemuseum.co.uk/ Wilder Road, Ilfracombe, EX34 8AF, United Kingdom When entomologist Mervyn Grove Palmer retired to Ilfracombe after a career collecting exhibits for museums from South America, he was disappointed to learn that the town lacked a museum. In 1932 he opened a new museum in the old laundry building of the Ilfracombe Hotel, displaying exhibits from his own collection as well as items donated by the local townspeople. The museum collection has been growing ever since. The museum's own website describes it as "a cross between an Edwardian collector’s study and your Granny’s attic". The result is a delightfully eccentric assortment of items. Don't miss the cupboard full of bats, or the intriguing collection of one hundred year old wedding cake samples. The drawers in the museum deserve special attention. I particularly enjoyed how the moths were categorised into "British Moths" and "Foreign Moths". The museum also hosts a two-headed gosling, a two-headed kitten and bones from a human foot, "purchased from a young lad for 6d in 1932".   https://niche-museums.imgix.net/wedding-cake.jpeg Old wedding cakes 51.2101 -4.1236      
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Ilfracombe Museum   Ilfracombe                 South West England                                     2019-11-06T12:41:52-08:00 2020-01-07T22:21:02-08:00 United Kingdom      
28 Barometer World http://www.barometerworld.co.uk/ Quicksilver Barn, Merton, Okehampton, Devon EX20 3DS Everything you could want to learn about barometers. They even have one that is powered by a leach! Opening times are restricted due to pending retirement so make an appointment for your visit soon. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barometer_World https://niche-museums.imgix.net/barometer.jpg A barometer 50.8911 -4.0924           0 Barometer World A386   Torridge Devon England EX20 3EA United Kingdom gb
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    Merton                 South West England                                     2019-11-07T08:47:36-08:00 2019-11-10T21:38:56-08:00 United Kingdom      
29 La Galcante https://www.lagalcante.com/ 52 rue de l'Arbre Sec, 75001 Paris, France Founded in 1975 with the aim of becoming a museum, La Galcante today is a unique store specializing in ephemeral publications: newspapers, magazines, maps, photographs, postcards and more. Some items date back to the 18th century, and the archives here include French and international dailies, society magazines and obscure periodicals. Film directors such as Martin Scorsese have rented material from La Galcante to use as props.   https://niche-museums.imgix.net/la-galcante.jpg Stacks of old magazines 48.8609 2.3428
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        0 Hôtel de Trudon Rue de l'Arbre Sec Quartier des Halles Paris Paris Île-de-France 75001 France fr
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    Quartier Les Halles                       Paris 1er Arrondissement                               2019-11-08T08:06:40-08:00 2019-11-27T18:44:28-08:00 France      
30 Musée des Arts et Métiers https://www.arts-et-metiers.net/ 60 Rue Réaumur, 75003 Paris, France Established in 1794 during the French revolution to preserve scientific instruments and inventions - including the laboratory of "father of modern chemistry" Antoine Lavoisier who met his fate at the guillotine. The collection today represents three centuries of French craft and invention, including Foucault’s pendulum, the original model of the Statue Liberty, mechanical looms and a delightful gallery of automata including one that belonged to Marie Antoinette. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Musée_des_Arts_et_Métiers https://niche-museums.imgix.net/laboratoire-lavoisier.jpg Laboratoire de Lavoisier. 48.866 2.3554
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        0 Ancienne Église Saint-Martin des Champs Rue Réaumur   Paris Paris Île-de-France 75003 France fr
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    Quartier des Arts-et-Métiers                       Paris 3e Arrondissement                               2019-11-09T11:11:46-08:00 2020-02-02T00:51:43-08:00 France      
31 International Women's Air & Space Museum http://iwasm.org/ Burke Lakefront Airport, Room 165, 1501 North Marginal Road, Cleveland, Ohio Artifacts and displays relating to the history of women in aviation and space. The museum tells the story of pioneering aviators such as Harriet Quimby, the first American woman to earn her pilot's license and the first woman to fly across the English channel (in 1912). Also home to the first soft drink dispenser used in space! https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Women%27s_Air_%26_Space_Museum https://niche-museums.imgix.net/women-in-space.jpg Photos of female astronauts. 41.5114 -81.69           0   North Marginal Road East 4th Street Cleveland Cuyahoga County Ohio 44114 United States us
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    Warehouse District         Burke Lakefront Airport Terminal                                             2019-11-10T08:36:07-08:00 2019-11-10T08:36:07-08:00 United States      
32 West Kern Oil Museum https://www.westkern-oilmuseum.org/ 1168 Wood Street, Taft, CA 93268 Volunteer run museum covering the history of the oil industry in the local area. They have the world's only surviving wooden oil derrick, a photo exhibit covering the 1910 Lakeview Gusher oil spill and a wonderfully eclectic collection of both indoor and outdoor exhibits.   https://niche-museums.imgix.net/west-kern-oil.heic An old truck and some historic oil equipment. 35.1325 -119.4476
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33 California State Capitol Dioramas http://www.capitolmuseum.ca.gov/ State Capitol, Room B-27, 1315 10th Street, Sacramento, CA 95814 The California State Capitol proudly displays a diorama for every one of California's 58 counties. The dioramas are of varying quality. The process by which they are created and updated over the years is entirely uncoordinated, and appears to be driven by occasional outcries of shame from local county media. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/California_State_Capitol_Museum https://niche-museums.imgix.net/shasta-county-diorama.jpg Shasta County diorama 38.5769 -121.4931
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              California State Capitol Visitor Entrance                                             2019-11-12T06:33:44-08:00 2019-11-27T21:31:40-08:00 United States      
34 Zeppelin Museum Friedrichshafen https://www.zeppelin-museum.de Seestraße 22, 88045 Friedrichshafen, Germany Friedrichshafen, the birthplace of the Zeppelin in 1900, now hosts the definitive Zeppelin museum. A full scale partial model of the Hindenberg lets you explore a recreation of the bar, cabins and smokers' lounge. They also have an original engine nacelle from the LZ 127 Graf Zeppelin and a 3.6 ton Maybach Zeppelin car from 1938, based on the Maybach airship engines and capable of a maximum speed of 170 km/h. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zeppelin_Museum_Friedrichshafen https://niche-museums.imgix.net/friedrichshafen.jpg Engine nacelle of the LZ 127 Graf Zeppelin 47.6509 9.4832           0         Bodenseekreis Baden-Württemberg 88045 Deutschland de
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Zeppelin Museum 22 Schmitthennersiedlung   Friedrichshafen           Seestraße Regierungsbezirk Tübingen                                     2019-11-13T06:40:03-08:00 2019-11-13T06:40:03-08:00 Germany      
35 Dai Loy Museum, Locke http://www.locketown.com/museum.htm 13952 Main Street, Walnut Grove, CA 95690 The tiny town of Locke in the Sacramento delta is a National Historic Landmark, so designated because it represents a unique example of a historic Chinese American rural community. The town's website states that "Locke is no tourist trap, nor is it a ghost town. Its unusual, out-of-the-way charm is genuine." The Dai Loy Museum was a former gambling house, closed down in the 1950s but now restored and open to visitors. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Locke,_California https://niche-museums.imgix.net/locke.jpg Inside the gambling house. 38.2504 -121.5095           0   Main Street     Sacramento County California 95690 United States us
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  13983               Locke                                         2019-11-14T07:40:42-08:00 2019-11-15T07:16:03-08:00 United States      
36 Wallace Collection http://www.wallacecollection.org/ Hertford House, Manchester Square, London, W1U 3BN, UK Bequeathed to the nation by the widow of the illegitimate son of the 4th Marquess of Hertford in 1897 on the condition that no object should ever leave the collection, even for loan exhibitions. The collection includes a vast array of French 18th century decorative arts purchased during the revolutionary sales following the French revolution. This includes the Laughing Cavalier and a lot of very shiny decorative weapons and armour. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wallace_Collection https://niche-museums.imgix.net/wallace.jpg Shiny knights on horses. 51.5173 -0.153           0   Manchester Square St. James's London   England W1U 3BN United Kingdom gb
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    Marylebone         The Wallace Collection       Greater London                                     2019-11-15T07:16:03-08:00 2019-11-25T19:04:48-08:00 United Kingdom      
37 Cookin' https://m.sfgate.com/entertainment/article/Judy-Kaminsky-of-Cookin-shop-an-acquired-taste-2332940.php 339 Divisadero Street, San Francisco, CA 94117 Judy Kaminsky has been selling high-end vintage cookware (mostly French) to the residents and chefs of San Francisco since 1981. Go with intent to buy something - cake stands and antique cocktail glasses are a good target. Don't bring your coffee!   https://niche-museums.imgix.net/cookin.jpg Inside Cookin' 37.7728 -122.4375
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  343                                                         2019-11-16T07:45:32-08:00 2019-11-26T14:06:34-08:00 United States      
38 Ramen Museum http://www.raumen.co.jp/english/ 2 Chome-14-21 Shinyokohama, Kohoku Ward, Yokohama, Kanagawa 222-0033, Japan Travel back in time to a street-scape replica of Tokyo in 1958, the year instant noodles were invented, and sample Ramen from nine different restaurants representing regional varieties of the dish. Easily accessible via bullet train from central Tokyo. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shin-Yokohama_Rāmen_Museum https://niche-museums.imgix.net/ramen-museum.jpg The main square 35.5098 139.6146           0   新横浜中央通り   横浜市   神奈川県 222-0033 日本 jp
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新横浜ラーメン博物館   港北区                           関東地方                           2019-11-17T07:08:38-08:00 2019-11-17T07:08:38-08:00 Japan      
39 San Francisco Cable Car Museum http://www.cablecarmuseum.org/ 1201 Mason Street, San Francisco, CA 94108 Housed in a historic cable car barn and powerhouse, this free museum tells the story of San Francisco's unique under-road cable pulled street cars. In addition to vintage cars and other exhibits illustrating the history of the system visitors can descend below the street to see the cables running, or watch the engines that power the cars from a viewing platform. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Francisco_Cable_Car_Museum https://niche-museums.imgix.net/cable-car-museum.jpg Technicians replacing a cable. 37.7946 -122.4116           0   Mason Street Nob Hill San Francisco San Francisco City and County California 94133 United States us
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Cable Car Museum 1201                                                         2019-11-18T13:52:19-08:00 2019-11-18T13:52:19-08:00 United States      
40 Audium http://www.audium.org/ 1616 Bush Street, San Francisco, CA 94109 Describing itself as "Perhaps one of San Francisco's least known eclectic treasures", Audium is a unique sound art event presented weekly since 1967 in pitch darkness in a custom theater with 176 speakers. Founder and composer Stan Shaff still presents his compositions in person every week and will enthusiastically answer your questions after the show. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Audium_(theater) https://niche-museums.imgix.net/audium.jpg Outside Audium 37.7883 -122.424           0   Bush Street Western Addition San Francisco San Francisco City and County California 94109 United States of America us
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  1634                               Akira Japanese Restaurant                         2019-11-19T08:18:25-08:00 2019-11-19T08:18:25-08:00 United States      
41 House of Broel Dollhouse Museum http://www.houseofbroel.com/dollhouse-museum.html 2220 St Charles Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana 70130 The House of Broel is a 1850 Victorian mansion in New Orleans which now serves as a wedding venue and museum exhibiting Bonnie Broel's impressive collection of dollhouses. Tours by appointment only. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bonnie_Broel https://niche-museums.imgix.net/new-orleans-dolls.jpg Dolls houses in the hall. 29.9335 -90.0809           0   Saint Charles Avenue   New Orleans Orleans Parish Louisiana 70118 United States of America us
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  2200 French Quarter                                                       2019-11-20T11:02:55-08:00 2019-11-20T11:03:25-08:00 United States      
42 Arizona Cactus Garden https://lbre.stanford.edu/bgm/what-we-do/grounds-services/horticulture-and-landscape/points-interest/arizona-garden Stanford, CA 94305 First planted between 1880 and 1883 for Jane and Leland Stanford, then restored from 1997 onwards. The 30,000 square foot garden now features over 500 cacti and succulents, 10-15% of which are historical plants still in their original locations. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arizona_Cactus_Garden https://niche-museums.imgix.net/arizona-cactus-garden.jpg The cactus garden. 37.4359 -122.1711
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        0         Santa Clara County California 94305-6015 United States of America us
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                  Stanford     Stanford University Via Crespi                                 2019-11-21T13:56:50-08:00 2019-11-26T19:21:56-08:00 United States      
43 Neptune Society Columbarium https://www.neptune-society.com/cremation-articles/why-the-san-francisco-columbarium-is-worth-a-visit/ One Loraine Court, San Francisco, CA 94118 San Francisco has few cemeteries: most of them were relocated to the nearby city of Colma in the 1920s. This Columbarium (a repository for human ashes), built in 1898, is now the only non-denominational place in the city that still accepts new burials. Interments include FORTRAN creator John Backus, politician Harvey Milk and Harry August Jansen, aka Dante the Magician - the last representative of the Golden Age of Magic. Many of the urns are accompanied by small dioramas representing details from the life of the person interred there. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Francisco_Columbarium_%26_Funeral_Home https://niche-museums.imgix.net/sf-columbarium.jpg Inside the Columbarium. 37.7806 -122.4571
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        "title": "R.I.P. in the Walls of San Francisco (video)",
        "publication": "The Atlantic",
        "author": "Tyler Trumbo",
        "date": "2017-10-30"
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    {
        "url": "https://www.sfchronicle.com/thetake/article/Life-within-the-San-Francisco-Columbarium-6647073.php",
        "title": "Death and life within the S.F. Columbarium",
        "publication": "San Francisco Chronicle",
        "author": "Erin Brethauer",
        "date": "2015-11-22"
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    {
        "url": "https://hoodline.com/2014/06/the-neptune-society-columbarium",
        "title": "Inside The Neptune Society Columbarium",
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              San Francisco Columbarium                                             2019-11-22T16:38:35-08:00 2019-12-15T20:40:04-08:00 United States      
44 Recoleta Cemetery https://turismo.buenosaires.gob.ar/es/atractivo/cementerio-de-la-recoleta Junín 1760, C1113 CABA, Argentina Widely considered one of the most beautiful cemeteries in the world, the Recoleta cemetery hosts 4691 above ground vaults, 94 of which have been declared national historic monuments. The cemetery is laid out like a small city with a complex network of streets dividing tombs representing nearly two hundred years of architectural styles. The residents tell the story of the nation, including presidents, writers, generals, Nobel laureates and Argentinian first lady Eva Perón. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/La_Recoleta_Cemetery https://niche-museums.imgix.net/Recoleta-Cemetery.jpg Inside the cemetery. -34.5876 -58.3924
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        0   Presidente José Evaristo Uriburu La Isla Buenos Aires   Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires C1113 Argentina ar
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    Recoleta                         Cementerio de la Recoleta                             2019-11-23T08:42:14-08:00 2019-11-23T08:51:01-08:00 Argentina      
45 NASA Glenn Visitor Center http://greatscience.com/explore/exhibits/nasa-glenn-visitor-center Great Lakes Science Center, 601 Erieside Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44114 Relocated from NASA Glenn Research Center to a new home inside the Great Lakes Science Center in 2010, this is one of just eleven NASA visitor centers in the USA. See inside the Apollo Command Module used in the 1973 Skylab 3 mission and celebrate Ohio's status as the fourth-largest producer of astronauts in the United States (25 astronauts so far). https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Lakes_Science_Center https://niche-museums.imgix.net/nasa-glenn-visitor-center.jpg 1973 Skylab 3 Apollo Command Module. 41.5074 -81.6966           0   Erieside Avenue The Flats Cleveland Cuyahoga County Ohio 44114 United States us
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Great Lakes Science Center 601 Warehouse District                                                       2019-11-24T08:49:42-08:00 2019-11-24T08:49:42-08:00 United States      
46 Conservatory of Flowers http://conservatoryofflowers.org/ 100 John F Kennedy Drive, San Francisco, CA 94118 A building of unknown origins. The conservatory was bought as a kit by James Lick for his estate in San Jose, then purchased as a gift for the city of San Francisco after his death in 1876. it was assembled as the first formal structure in Golden Gate Park in 1879. The origin of the kit itself is unknown, though it is thought to have come from somewhere in Europe. Today it hosts over 1,700 plant species, including some rare tropical plants that are over 100 years old and the world’s largest public collection of high-altitude orchids. Their Corpse Flowers attract a substantial crowd when they bloom for 2-3 days every 7-10 years. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conservatory_of_Flowers https://niche-museums.imgix.net/conservatory-of-flowers.jpg Inside the conservatory. 37.772 -122.4602
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        "url": "https://www.sfchronicle.com/chronicle_vault/amp/Saving-SF-s-Conservatory-of-Flowers-Golden-13530898.php",
        "title": "Saving SF\u2019s Conservatory of Flowers, Golden Gate Park\u2019s grandest building",
        "publication": "San Francisco Chronicle",
        "author": "Bill Van Niekerken",
        "date": "2019-01-16"
    }
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                                    Conservatory Valley                       2019-11-25T08:14:39-08:00 2019-12-26T20:23:41+00:00 United States      
47 The Comic Rock Star’s Toilet Seat Museum http://isotopecomics.com/index.php/tag/comic-rockstars-toiletseat-museum 326 Fell Street, San Francisco, CA 94102 Voted "Best Comic Store" in Best of the Bay for 17 years running (2002 - 2018), Isotope Comic Book Lounge plays host to a unique museum of toilet seats. The collection was founded by accident in 2002 when Brian Wood (DMZ and X-Men) vandalized their bathroom and owner James Sime kept the toilet seat. Over 100 comic artists have now contributed illustrated seats, and a subset of the collection can be seen lining the walls of the lounge.   https://niche-museums.imgix.net/isotope.jpg Painted toilet seats in Isotope. 37.776 -122.4233
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    {
        "url": "https://www.sacbee.com/entertainment/living/travel/sam-mcmanis/article23713138.html",
        "title": "Discoveries: The (toilet) seat of power is found in San Francisco",
        "publication": "The Sacramento Bee",
        "author": "Sam McManis",
        "date": "2015-06-12"
    },
    {
        "url": "https://hoodline.com/2013/10/meet-james-sime-of-isotope-comics",
        "title": "Meet James Sime of Isotope Comics",
        "publication": "Hoodline",
        "author": "Anna Mantzaris",
        "date": "2013-10-07"
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    {
        "url": "https://m.sfgate.com/entertainment/article/James-Sime-Isotope-comic-lounge-celebrate-niche-3167878.php",
        "title": "James Sime, Isotope comic lounge celebrate niche",
        "publication": "SFGate",
        "author": "Peter Hartlaub",
        "date": "2010-11-02"
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    "phone": "(415) 992-7153",
    "website": "http://seasonsproductions.com"
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    "name": "Seasons Productions"
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  330                                   Seasons Productions                     2019-11-26T10:48:21-08:00 2019-11-26T10:48:21-08:00 United States      
48 Fabergé Museum, Baden-Baden http://www.faberge-museum.de/index.php?lang=en Sophienstraße 30, 76530, Baden-Baden, Deutschland Alexander Ivanov opened the Fabergé Museum in Baden-Baden in 2009 to host his collection of over 1,500 items made by Russian jewelry firm House of Fabergé. The firm was founded in 1842 and is most famous for making jewel-encrusted Fabergé eggs for the Russian Tsars. The museum holds at least one of those Imperial Easter Eggs - the Karelian Birch egg, which was ordered by the Tsar for Easter 1917 but was delivered after he had been deposed during the Russian revolution. The museum also holds one of two known versions of the Constellation Egg, which it claims is the finished original. This claim is disputed. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Faberg%C3%A9_Museum https://niche-museums.imgix.net/baden-baden-faberge.jpg The Karelian Birch egg. 48.7621 8.2433
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    {
        "url": "https://www.rferl.org/a/russia-faberge-eggs-century-later/28280309.html",
        "title": "A Century Later, Faberge Still Dazzles",
        "publication": "Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty",
        "author": "Natalya Golitsina, Robert Coalson",
        "date": "2017-02-05"
    },
    {
        "url": "https://www.themoscowtimes.com/2014/12/12/british-tax-agents-raid-museum-in-search-of-putins-faberge-egg-report-says-a42232",
        "title": "British Tax Agents Raid Museum in Search of Putin's Faberge Egg, Report Says",
        "publication": "The Moscow Times",
        "author": "Anna Dolgov",
        "date": "2014-12-12"
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        0   Lichtentaler Straße     Baden-Baden Baden-Württemberg 76530 Deutschland de
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    "name": "Imkerverein Baden-Baden"
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    Lichtental   Baden-Baden     Imkerverein Baden-Baden       Regierungsbezirk Karlsruhe                                     2019-11-27T17:25:37-08:00 2019-12-15T20:40:04-08:00 Germany      
49 jAdis http://www.jadisprops.com/ 2701 Main Street, Santa Monica, CA 90405 jAdis is a shop, prop rental place and curiosity cabinet “dedicated to imagination and wonder”. Parke Meeke and Susan Lieberman opened Jadis on Main Street in the mid-1970s and began collecting and constructing objects along a theme that can best be described as a mad scientist laboratory. Items from jAdis have featured in movies such as The Artist, The Prestige, Batman and Robin, and Van Helsing along with many different TV shows.   https://niche-museums.imgix.net/jadis.jpg A steampunk airship in the window. 34.001 -118.4823
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        "url": "https://laist.com/2018/11/01/how_a_santa_monica_prop_shop_thats_rarely_open_survives_in_hollywood.php",
        "title": "The Amazing Santa Monica Prop Shop That's Rarely Open",
        "publication": "LAist",
        "author": "Natalie Chudnovsky",
        "date": "2018-11-01"
    }
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        0   Hill Street   Santa Monica Los Angeles County California CA 90405 United States of America us
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                                        MAIN NB & HILL NS                   2019-11-28T12:16:48-08:00 2019-11-28T12:16:48-08:00 United States      
50 Lundy https://www.landmarktrust.org.uk/lundyisland/ Lundy Island, Bideford EX39 2LY, United Kingdom Can an entire island be classified as a niche museum? In Lundy's case I'd say yes. Accessible only by a twelve mile, two hour boat ride from north Devon, Lundy is a spectacular island in the Bristol Channel with a fascinating history. The island has three light houses, a charming little village, a church, numerous ruins and a castle that was built in the 13th century by Henry III after he retook the island from the apparently traitorous William de Marisco. Thanks to the Landmark Trust you can stay in many of the buildings (including the castle). Lundy is Britain's first Marine Conservation Zone, playing host to wildlife that includes puffins and Atlantic grey seals. It also offers excellent letterboxing. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lundy https://niche-museums.imgix.net/lundy.jpg Lundy has incredible landscapes. 51.177 -4.671
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        "title": "'A very special place': Lundy's future secure for another 50 years",
        "publication": "The Guardian",
        "author": "Steven Morris",
        "date": "2019-09-26"
    },
    {
        "url": "https://simonwillison.net/2018/Sep/18/letterboxing-lundy/",
        "title": "Letterboxing on Lundy",
        "publication": "Simon Willison's Weblog",
        "author": "Simon Willison",
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                      South West England                   Pondsbury                 2019-11-29T18:16:32-08:00 2020-01-02T22:23:11-08:00 United Kingdom      
51 Neon Works http://www.neonwks.com/ 967 Grace Avenue, Oakland, CA 94608 Neon Works is a neon sign fabrication and restoration business based in a 17,000-square-foot studio in North Oakland. Founder Jim Rizzo also collects historic neon signs, and displays them in the workshop. Any time he hears about a Neon sign being taken down anywhere in the Bay Area Jim will swoop in and see what can be salvaged. His collection has signs from throughout the previous century, including the 1500 pound 42 foot long Kilpatrick's Bakery sign rescued from 16th and Folsom street in San Francisco in the late 1990s. Neon Works carried out the $70,000 restoration of the Castro Theatre’s 85 foot tall sign for the production of “Milk” in 2008. The workshop is not open to the public, but occasionally hosts tours.   https://niche-museums.imgix.net/neon-emeryville.jpg An impressive collection of neon signs. 37.8424 -122.2778
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    {
        "url": "https://sf.eater.com/2019/9/3/20847393/tradr-sam-sf-bar-neon-sign-repair",
        "title": "Trad\u2019r Sam, Country\u2019s Oldest Tiki Bar, Will Get a Facelift",
        "publication": "Eater SF",
        "author": "Caleb Pershan",
        "date": "2019-09-03"
    },
    {
        "url": "https://m.sfgate.com/entertainment/article/Jim-Rizzo-neon-king-of-the-Bay-Area-2307995.php",
        "title": "Jim Rizzo, neon king of the Bay Area",
        "publication": "SFGate",
        "author": "Edward Guthmann",
        "date": "2011-09-26"
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    {
        "url": "https://www.eastbaytimes.com/2007/03/04/neon-keeps-bay-area-business-bright/",
        "title": "Neon keeps Bay Area business bright",
        "publication": "East Bay Times",
        "author": "Eve Mitchell",
        "date": "2007-03-04"
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        0   Grace Avenue Golden Gate Oakland Alameda County California 94608 United States us
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  971                                                         2019-11-30T11:09:08-08:00 2019-12-15T20:40:04-08:00 United States      
52 Maison des Johnnies et de l’Oignon de Roscoff https://www.roscoff.fr/-Maison-des-Johnnies-et-de-l-Oignon-.html 48, rue Brizeux, 29680 Roscoff, France Starting in the 1820s, farmers from the area around Roscoff in Brittany started crossing the channel to sell onions in Wales and England. Known as Onion Johnnies, they became the stereotypical image of the French to the English, riding bicycles hung with onions and wearing berets and striped shirts. Their activity peaked in 1929 when over 9000 tonnes of onions were imported by nearly 1400 Johnnies. Their golden age was ended by Import restrictions following World War II, but the trading relationship between Brittany and the UK was a key factor in the founding of Brittany Ferries operating out of Roscoff in the 1970s. Today they are commemorated by the Onion Johnny museum in Roscoff, which hosts an annual Onion Festival (Fête de l'Oignon) every summer.   https://niche-museums.imgix.net/onion-roscoff.jpg A bicycle covered in onions. 48.721 -3.985
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        "url": "https://www.thelocal.fr/20191126/so-why-do-we-think-the-french-all-wear-berets",
        "title": "Why we think the French all wear berets and carry onions",
        "publication": "The Local",
        "author": "Margo Lestz",
        "date": "2019-11-26"
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        0 Maison des Johnnies et de l'Oignon de Roscoff Rue Brizeux lieu-dit Kernenguy   Morlaix Bretagne 29680 France fr
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    Penfeunteun Roscoff                                                     2019-12-01T14:58:31-08:00 2019-12-15T20:40:04-08:00 France      
53 Bourton-on-the-Water Model Village http://www.themodelvillage.com/ The Old New Inn, Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire GL54 2AF The only grade II listed model village in the UK. Opened in 1937, this one-ninth scale replica of Bourton-on-the-Water features miniature bonsai-style trees and bridges you can cross. Stand close enough to the two churches to hear their choirs singing. Most satisfyingly, the model village includes a model of the model village, which itself includes a model of the model of the model village.   https://niche-museums.imgix.net/cotswold-village.jpg Part of the model village. Natalie for scale. 51.8835 -1.7553
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    {
        "url": "https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-gloucestershire-43697763",
        "title": "Grade II listed Cotswold model village on the market",
        "publication": "BBC News",
        "author": "BBC Gloucestershire",
        "date": "2018-04-09"
    },
    {
        "url": "https://xkcd.com/878/",
        "title": "xkcd: Model Rail",
        "publication": "xkcd",
        "author": "Randall Munroe",
        "date": "2011-03-28"
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        0   Rissington Road   Cotswold Gloucestershire England GL54 2DR United Kingdom gb
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    Bourton-on-the-Water                 South West England       The Model Village                             2019-12-02T11:00:36-08:00 2019-12-15T20:40:04-08:00 United Kingdom      
54 Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway https://www.cliffrailwaylynton.co.uk/ Lee Road, Lynton EX35 6HW, United Kingdom In continuous use since opening in 1890, this water-powered railway joins the two towns of Lynton (at the top) and Lynmouth (at the bottom). The 862 foot track covers an elevation of 500 feet making it highest and steepest of the three remaining water railways in the world - and the only one in the UK. The two carriages are joined by a cable and act as counter-weights to each other, with the carriage at the top of the line filling up with water sourced from the nearby Lyn Valley to power the railway. The railway won the bronze award in Devon's Large Attraction of the Year 2018. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lynton_and_Lynmouth_Cliff_Railway https://niche-museums.imgix.net/lynton-lynmouth-railway.jpg The Cliff Railway. 51.2312 -3.8354
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    {
        "url": "https://www.northdevongazette.co.uk/news/cliff-railway-working-model-1-6178000",
        "title": "School boy inspired to create working model of Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway",
        "publication": "North Devon Gazette",
        "author": "Tony Gussin",
        "date": "2019-07-24"
    },
    {
        "url": "https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/watch-classic-cars-use-devon-1135036",
        "title": "Watch classic cars use Devon cliff railway for first time in 50 years",
        "publication": "Devon Live",
        "author": "Joe Bulmer",
        "date": "2018-01-29"
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        0   North Walk     Devon England EX35 6HJ United Kingdom gb
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    Lynton and Lynmouth   Lynton             South West England                     Cliff Top Cafe               2019-12-03T15:42:09-08:00 2019-12-15T20:40:04-08:00 United Kingdom      
55 Clouds Hill https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/clouds-hill Clouds Hill, King George V Road, Bovington BH20 7NQ, United Kingdom T. E. Lawrence earned international fame thanks to the 1962 film Lawrence of Arabia, a dramatization of his World War I activities during the Sinai and Palestine Campaign and the Arab Revolt against the Ottoman Empire. Clouds Hill is his cottage in Dorset, bought in 1925 for use as a holiday home. Lawrence was fatally injured in a motorcycle accident near Clouds Hill in 1935, just two months after retiring from the army. Today the cottage is managed as a museum by the National Trust. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clouds_Hill https://niche-museums.imgix.net/clouds-hill.jpg Clouds Hill cottage. 50.718 -2.251
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        "url": "https://www.bournemouthecho.co.uk/news/17204204.row-erupts-as-new-telawrence-film-denied-access-to-his-former-home-cloud-hill/",
        "title": "Row erupts as new T.E.Lawrence film denied access to his former home Cloud Hill",
        "publication": "Bournemouth Echo",
        "author": "Katie Williams",
        "date": "2018-11-06"
    },
    {
        "url": "https://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/dec/15/te-lawrence-dorset-cottage-clouds-hill-listed-status",
        "title": "TE Lawrence's Dorset cottage given extra protection",
        "publication": "The Guardian",
        "author": "Maev Kennedy",
        "date": "2015-12-14"
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        0   Bovington Lane     Dorset England BH20 7NQ United Kingdom gb
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    Affpuddle and Turnerspuddle Bovington               South West England       Clouds Hill                             2019-12-04T22:28:02-08:00 2019-12-15T20:40:04-08:00 United Kingdom      
56 Pioneertown https://visitpioneertown.com Pioneertown, CA Founded in 1946 by actor Dick Curtis - famous for playing the villain in a host of early westerns - as an 1880s themed living movie set. Hundreds of television shows and movies have been filmed here since. The town has a population of 420 and it's occasionally possible to stay overnight (check Airbnb). Pappy & Harriet's Pioneertown Palace is a popular music venue on the edge of town that occasionally attracts surprise performances by big name stars. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pioneertown,_California https://niche-museums.imgix.net/pioneertown.jpeg Pottery shop on Main Street. 34.1562 -116.4963
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        "url": "https://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/19/fashion/pioneertown-hollywood-california-desert.html",
        "title": "Pioneertown Wants to Be the New Old West",
        "publication": "New York Times",
        "author": "Alyson Krueger",
        "date": "2016-05-18"
    }
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                  Pioneertown                                         2019-12-05T20:27:54-08:00 2019-12-15T20:40:04-08:00 United States      
57 Teddy Bear Kingdom https://english.huistenbosch.co.jp/amusement/?mode=amuseview&Type=4&no=1253 1-1 Huis Ten Bosch Machi, Sasebo, Nagasaki 859-3292, Japan One of five museums within Huis Ten Bosch, Japan’s 375 acre Netherlands-themed theme park near Nagasaki, Teddy Bear Kingdom celebrates the glamour of teddy bears. Over 700 bears from all over the world are on display, including a Steiff bear made by the company that first popularized the toy in the early 1900s. Did you know the teddy bear moniker was in honor President Theodore Roosevelt? He features in a sequence of dioramas that tell the history of the teddy bear.   https://niche-museums.imgix.net/teddy-bear-kingdom.jpg Teddy Roosevelt in a diorama. 33.089 129.7907
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        "url": "https://spikejapan.wordpress.com/2011/01/23/huis-ten-bosch-only-miffy-can-save-us-now/",
        "title": "Huis ten Bosch: Only Miffy can save us now",
        "publication": "Spike Japan",
        "author": "Richard Hendy",
        "date": "2011-01-23"
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    "name:fr": "Huis Ten Bosch",
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    "name:ko": "\ud558\uc6b0\uc2a4\ud150\ubcf4\uc2a4",
    "name:nl": "Huis ten Bosch",
    "name:zh": "\u8c6a\u65af\u767b\u5821",
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    "name:ja_rm": "Hausu Ten Bosu",
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                    Delftsebrug                         ハウステンボス             2019-12-06T16:52:34-08:00 2019-12-15T20:40:04-08:00 Japan      
58 The Centennial Light https://www.centennialbulb.org Fire Station #6, 4550 East Avenue, Livermore, CA Burning since 1901, this bulb holds the record for the longest burning lightbulb. The Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department maintains the bulb in LPFD Station 6. The bulb was manufactured by the Shelby Electric Company in the late 1890s. The bulb has been moved at least three times, most recently in 1976 when it was offline for 22 minutes before being installed in its current location. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Centennial_Light https://niche-museums.imgix.net/hundred-bulb.jpg The bulb hanging from the fire station ceiling. 37.6802 -121.7394
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    {
        "url": "https://www.theverge.com/2016/6/29/12058272/centennial-light-bulb-webcam-live-stream",
        "title": "What's better than a webcam dedicated to the world\u2019s longest burning lightbulb? Its website",
        "publication": "The Verge",
        "author": "Chris Plante",
        "date": "2016-06-29"
    },
    {
        "url": "https://www.mercurynews.com/2011/02/03/tests-shine-light-on-the-secret-of-the-livermore-light-bulb/",
        "title": "Tests shine light on the secret of the Livermore light bulb",
        "publication": "The Mercury News",
        "author": "Jeanine Benca",
        "date": "2011-02-03"
    }
]
        0   East Avenue The Grove Livermore Alameda County California 94550 United States us
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    "name": "Fire Station 6"
}
                                                Fire Station 6           2019-12-07T19:45:50-08:00 2019-12-15T20:40:04-08:00 United States      
59 Dejima https://nagasakidejima.jp/en/ 6-1 Dejimamachi, Nagasaki, 850-0862, Japan For 220 years between 1633 and 1853 Japan adopted a strictly isolationist foreign policy, with severely limited trade between Japan and other countries. One of the only exceptions was trade with the Dutch through a trading post on the artificial island of Dejima, first built in 1634 to house Portuguese traders but then repurposed for trade with the Dutch East India Company in 1641. Isolation ended with the Treaty of Kanagawa in 1858 and Dejima merged into Nagasaki through land reclamation, but in 1922 it was designated a national historic site and intermittent efforts began to restore the island. Today Dejima serves as a museum: many historic buildings have been restored, and the island hosts a scale model illustrating how it was laid out during the Edo period. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dejima https://niche-museums.imgix.net/dejima.jpg The scale model of Dejima on Dejima. 32.7436 129.8723
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    {
        "url": "https://web.archive.org/web/20041128102502/http://www.mercurynews.com/mld/mercurynews/news/special_packages/3822706.htm",
        "title": "Historic Port a Link to West",
        "publication": "Mercury News",
        "author": "Austin Ramzy",
        "date": "2002-08-08"
    },
    {
        "url": "https://www.nytimes.com/1997/02/16/travel/in-nagasaki-beauty-and-tragedy-entwined.html",
        "title": "In Nagasaki, Beauty And Tragedy Entwined",
        "publication": "New York Times",
        "author": "Nicholas D. Kristof",
        "date": "1997-02-16"
    }
]
        0 カピタン部屋 出島海岸通り   長崎市   九州地方 850-0862 日本 (Japan) jp
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    新地町                                                       2019-12-08T16:56:12-08:00 2019-12-15T20:40:04-08:00 Japan      
60 Museum of Dartmoor Life http://www.dartmoorlife.org.uk/ 3 West Street, Okehampton, EX20 1HQ, United Kingdom Opened in 1981, this regional museum occupies three floors of a mill built in 1811 (with an attached waterwheel) and tells the story of 5,000 years of human habitation of the Dartmoor area. Exhibits include recreations of a Bronze Age hut and a Victorian kitchen, plus information on Dartmoor’s geology, industries and use by the military. The bottom floor hosts a rebuilt blacksmith's forge and and a collection of historic farming implements and vehicles. The museum also hosts an infestation of Dartmoor Piskies. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Museum_of_Dartmoor_Life https://niche-museums.imgix.net/museum-dartmoor-life.jpg Farming implements. 50.7387 -4.0036
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    {
        "url": "https://www.legendarydartmoor.co.uk/museum-of-dartmoor-life-at-okehampton.htm",
        "title": "Museum of Dartmoor Life at Okehampton",
        "publication": "Legendary Dartmoor",
        "author": "Tim Sandles",
        "date": "2016-09-28"
    }
]
        0   West Street   West Devon Devon England EX20 1HG United Kingdom gb
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    "name": "Museum Of Dartmoor Life"
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Museum Of Dartmoor Life   Okehampton                 South West England                                     2019-12-09T14:53:03-08:00 2019-12-15T20:40:04-08:00 United Kingdom      
61 The Tonga Room https://www.tongaroom.com/ 950 Mason Street, San Francisco, CA 94108 A 75-year-old San Francisco institution, the Tonga Room & Hurricane Bar is a legendary tiki bar located in the basement of the Fairmont Hotel. It was designed in 1945 by Mel Melvin, a leading set designer for MGM on the site of the hotel's indoor swimming pool. The pool was converted into a "lagoon" in the center of the space, and most nights a band performs from a boat in the lagoon amidst periodic artificial rain and thunder. The dance floor and bar itself is constructed from wood salvaged from the S.S. Forester, a schooner that once sailed between San Francisco and the south Pacific. The Fairmont appear to be deeply embarassed by the continued presence of the Tonga Room but the city of San Francisco have labelled it a "historic resource", frustrating plans to replace it with something better suited to the hotel's upscale aesthetic. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tonga_Room https://niche-museums.imgix.net/tonga-room.jpg The lagoon. 37.7921 -122.4102
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    {
        "url": "https://www.sfgate.com/entertainment/article/The-untold-stories-of-the-Tonga-Room-pool-14817802.php",
        "title": "Not even a $500 fine is keeping people from jumping into this SF bar's pool",
        "publication": "SF Gate",
        "author": "Tessa McLean",
        "date": "2019-11-12"
    },
    {
        "url": "https://quarterly.camposanto.com/in-the-basement-of-the-king-ca671e40d7df",
        "title": "In the Basement of the King",
        "publication": "The Campo Santo Quarterly Review",
        "author": "Duncan Fyfe",
        "date": "2015-07-24"
    },
    {
        "url": "https://www.sfgate.com/business/article/Fairmont-preservationists-at-odds-over-Tonga-Room-3265405.php",
        "title": "Fairmont, preservationists at odds over Tonga Room",
        "publication": "SF Gate",
        "author": "Robert Selna",
        "date": "2010-05-05"
    }
]
        0   Mason Street Nob Hill San Francisco San Francisco City and County California 94108 United States us
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    "name": "The Fairmont San Francisco Hotel",
    "name:en": "The Fairmont San Francisco Hotel",
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  950                                               The Fairmont San Francisco Hotel         2019-12-10T17:56:19-08:00 2019-12-15T20:40:04-08:00 United States      
62 London Silver Vaults https://silvervaultslondon.com/ 53-64 Chancery Lane, Holborn, London WC2A 1QS, United Kingdom Located five storeys beneath the streets of London, the London Silver Vaults represent the largest retail selection of antique and contemporary silver in the world. 30 shops are located within this subterranean market, most of which have been owned by the same families for more than fifty years. The complex opened as The Chancery Lane Safe Deposit in 1885, survived a direct bomb hit to the surface building during World War II and started trading in its current retail format in 1953. Rumored to be the inspiration for the Gringotts bank in Harry Potter, today the stores in the vaults sell a bewildering array of silver items from cutlery to condiment carrying table-top sailing ships. Entrance is free, you just need to know how to find them. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/London_Silver_Vaults https://niche-museums.imgix.net/london-silver-vaults.jpg The entrance to the vaults. 51.5171 -0.1127
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    {
        "url": "https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/blog/2019/10/15/visit-the-subterranean-london-silver-vaults/",
        "title": "Visit the subterranean London Silver Vaults",
        "publication": "ianVisits",
        "author": "Ian Mansfield",
        "date": "2019-10-15"
    },
    {
        "url": "https://londonist.com/2015/01/have-you-ever-explored-londons-silver-vaults",
        "title": "Have You Ever Explored London's Silver Vaults?",
        "publication": "Londonist",
        "author": "Matt Brown",
        "date": "2015-01-15"
    }
]
        0 Chancery House Chancery Lane   City of London City of London England WC2A 3UA United Kingdom gb
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  53-64 Temple                 Greater London                                     2019-12-11T17:44:23-08:00 2019-12-15T20:40:04-08:00 United Kingdom      
63 Rosie the Riveter National Historical Park https://www.nps.gov/rori/index.htm 1414 Harbour Way South, Richmond, CA 94804 During World War II the city of Richmond grew from 24,000 to 100,000 people as the four Richmond shipyards ramped up production for the war effort. Workers produced 747 Victory and Liberty ships, more than any other US industrial location. Many of those workers were women and African-Americans entering the industrial workforce for the first time. Rosie the Riveter emerged as a cultural icon representing those women, and the Rosie the Riveter/World War II Home Front National Historical Park commemorates those workers and tells their stories. On many Fridays home front workers who worked in Richmond during WWII are available to answer your questions. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rosie_the_Riveter/World_War_II_Home_Front_National_Historical_Park https://niche-museums.imgix.net/rosie-the-riveter.jpg Rosie the Riveter posters in the museum. 37.9095 -122.3574
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    {
        "url": "https://www.mercurynews.com/2019/08/10/rosie-the-riveter-celebrated-at-richmond-festival/",
        "title": "Rosie the Riveter celebrated at Richmond festival",
        "publication": "The Mercury News",
        "author": "David Debolt",
        "date": "2019-08-10"
    }
]
        0     Marina Bay Richmond Contra Costa County California 94804 United States us
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    "website": "https://www.nps.gov/rori/index.htm",
    "opening_hours": "Mo-Su 10:00-17:00; Jan 1 off; Dec 25 off; Thanksgiving off"
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    "name": "Rosie the Riveter Visitor Center",
    "name:en": "Rosie the Riveter Visitor Center",
    "operator": "US Park Services"
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Rosie the Riveter Visitor Center                                                   Bay Trail       2019-12-12T17:16:55-08:00 2019-12-15T20:40:04-08:00 United States      
64 LA Bureau of Street Lighting Museum http://bsl.lacity.org/museum.html 1149 South Broadway #200, Los Angeles, CA 90015 Los Angeles has one of the largest and most complex street lighting networks in the world. In 2015 the LA Bureau of Street Lighting opened a small museum in their head office dedicated to showcasing the history of street lights in the city. The museum has examples of lighting from multiple decades throughout the 20th and 21st centuries. It opens for 30 minutes once a month, by appointment only.   https://niche-museums.imgix.net/la-bureau.jpg Street lights in the museum. 34.0386 -118.2603           0 Los Angeles Public Works West 12th Street South Park Los Angeles Los Angeles County California 90015 United States of America us
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    "old_name": "Transamerica Center 3"
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    Bunker Hill                                                       2019-12-13T23:06:07-08:00 2019-12-15T20:40:04-08:00 United States      
65 Aye-Aye Island   Aye-Aye Island, Mananara, Madgascar The aye-aye is an endangered species of long-fingered lemur, and the world's largest nocturnal primate. Aye-ayes have really interesting fingers: their third finger is used for percussive foraging, where they tap on a trunk to find hollow points. Their long hooked fourth finger is then used to pull bugs out of those hollows. They are notoriously difficult to see in the wild due to their rarity, nocturnal habits and tendency to spend most of their time in trees above the 70 meter mark. Aye-Aye Island is a small private wildlife reserve which is home to over a dozen aye-ayes, relocated from elsewhere on Madagascar to protect them from threats that sadly include killings based on superstition. Each night guides leave coconuts wedged in trees and bring small groups to the island to watch the aye-ayes enthusiastically devouring them with their long fingers. Tours can be booked through local hotels - we got ours via the nearby Palmarium. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aye-aye https://niche-museums.imgix.net/aye-aye-island.jpg An aye-aye enjoying a coconut. -18.6297 49.2304
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    {
        "url": "https://adventure.com/madagascar-lemur-ayeaye/",
        "title": "Creepy, cute and elusive: In search of Madagascar\u2019s strangest creature",
        "publication": "Adventure.com",
        "author": "Mark Stratton",
        "date": "2018-09-06"
    }
]
        0   Boulevard de l'Ivondro   Toamasina Ambinaninony Atsinanana 501 Madagasikara mg
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    "wikipedia": "en:Canal des Pangalanes"
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    "name": "Pangalanes"
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    Cité Canada                                     Pangalanes                 2019-12-14T20:27:01-08:00 2019-12-19T14:01:52+00:00 Madagascar      
66 Monarch Bear Grove http://www.monarchbear.org/groves/monarch_bear_grove.html Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California This somewhat hidden circle of stones in Golden Gate Park has a history that incorporates druids, press barons, Spanish monasteries and the grizzly bear on the California state flag. William Randolph Hearst spent several decades building the largest newspaper and magazine chain in the world, starting in the 1880s. In 1889, Hearst sponsored an expedition to capture one of the last remaining grizzly bears in California. The mission was successful, and a bear was brought back alive and put on display in the city. A bear pit was designed by architect William Polk and the bear - named the Monarch Bear - lived in captivity for 22 years, during which time it was used as the model for the bear on the 1911 version the California state flag. Following the First World War Hearst and other American industrialists competed to snap up as many of Europe's antiquities as they could get their hands on, taking advantage of that continent's urgent need for cash. Hearst went as far as buying parts of two ruined Spanish monasteries, which he arranged to have disassembled and shipped over to the United States. Then the Great Depression struck, and Hearst found himself unable to afford the reconstruction of his Spanish monasteries. One of them - Santa María de Óvila - was sold to the city of San Francisco on the condition that it be re-assembled into a museum in Golden Gate Park. World War II intervened with those plans, and the monastery stones ended up scattered around the park for several decades. At some point, somebody arranged some of the stones into circles, on the location of the old Monarch bear pit. The site is now known as Monarch Bear Grove and is cared for by members of OBOD - the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids. Most of the monastery stones were moved up to northern California and used to construct a chapter house near Redding in 2005 - but the stone circles in Monarch Bear Grove remain. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santa_Mar%C3%ADa_de_Óvila https://niche-museums.imgix.net/stolen-monastery.jpg The stones. 37.7692 -122.4645
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    {
        "url": "https://medium.californiasun.co/monarch-bear-california-bab891a59746",
        "title": "The sad saga of the bear said to be depicted on California\u2019s state flag",
        "publication": "The California Sun",
        "author": "Mike McPhate",
        "date": "2018-05-02"
    },
    {
        "url": "https://thebolditalic.com/paranoid-park-the-bold-italic-san-francisco-a6d2a1d95695",
        "title": "Paranoid Park",
        "publication": "The Bold Italic",
        "author": "Chris Roberts",
        "date": "2010-07-23"
    },
    {
        "url": "https://www.nytimes.com/2005/03/27/arts/design/a-chapter-house-divided-and-rebuilt-a-few-centuries-later.html",
        "title": "A Chapter House Divided (and Rebuilt, a Few Centuries Later)",
        "publication": "The New York Times",
        "author": "Christopher Hall",
        "date": "2005-03-27"
    }
]
        0   Nancy Pelosi Drive Inner Sunset San Francisco San Francisco City and County California 94118-4504 United States us
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    "name": "Nancy Pelosi Drive",
    "name:en": "Nancy Pelosi Drive",
    "old_name": "Middle Drive East"
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                                                            2019-12-15T21:24:11-08:00 2019-12-16T18:32:50+00:00 United States      
67 Alverstone Mead Red Squirrel Hide http://www.wightnaturefund.org.uk/Alverstone%20Mead Burnt House Lane, Alverstone, Sandown, PO36 0HB, Isle of Wight Red squirrels are almost extinct in the United Kingdom, due to competition from the invasive North American eastern grays. The exceptions are some areas in Scotland and the Isle of Wight, an island just off the south coast of England. We spent a while trying to find red squirrels and eventually got lucky at this small hide near the village of Alverstone. The squirrels here are bold, inquisitive and sinusoidal. They have tufty little ears and a delightfully squirrelly nature. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alverstone_Mead https://niche-museums.imgix.net/alverstone-mead-1.jpg A red squirrel. 50.6634 -1.1798
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    {
        "url": "https://www.countypress.co.uk/news/17556766.saying-grace-before-tucking-in-isle-of-wight-red-squirrel-is-truly-thankful/",
        "title": "Saying Grace before tucking in? Isle of Wight red squirrel is truly thankful",
        "publication": "Isle of Wight County Press",
        "author": "Lori Little",
        "date": "2019-04-07"
    },
    {
        "url": "https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2014/jun/14/isle-of-wight-search-red-squirrel-indigenous-endangered",
        "title": "Riding the Red Squirell Trail",
        "publication": "The Guardian",
        "author": "Chloe Scott-Moncrief",
        "date": "2014-06-14"
    }
]
        0   Burnt House Lane     Isle of Wight England PO36 0HB United Kingdom gb
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    "wikipedia": "en:Alverstone Mead",
    "wheelchair": "limited;via Burnt House Lane",
    "contact:website": "http://www.wightnaturefund.org.uk/Alverstone%20Mead"
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    "name": "Alverstone Mead Nature Reserve"
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    Newchurch             Alverstone Garden Village   South East                               Alverstone Mead Nature Reserve     2019-12-16T18:46:21+00:00 2019-12-16T18:46:21+00:00 United Kingdom      
68 Mail Rail https://www.postalmuseum.org/discover/attractions/mail-rail-ride/ 15-20 Phoenix Place, London WC1X 0DL, United Kingdom The London Post Office Railway (rebranded Mail Rail in 1987) was conceived in 1911 in response to congestion on London’s road networks, and opened in 1927 as the world’s first electric railway with driverless trains. At its peak the railway carried 4 million letters a day across 22 miles of narrow gauge underground track spanning a distance of 6.5 miles from Paddington in the west to Whitechapel in the east. The railway stayed in operation for 76 years. It closed in May 2003 over cost concerns: the railway was 3-5 times more expensive than road transport for the same task. Urban explorers published illicit photographs of the network in April 2011 showing it to be largely in good condition. In October 2013 the British Postal Museum & Archive announced plans to open parts of the network to the public, and on 5th September 2017 opened an attraction featuring new custom passenger rail cars running through the tunnels. During its lifetime the railway was strictly for mail only. As a result the new passenger carriages are a very tight fit - bags need to be left in a locker, and if you’re claustrophobic you may have second thoughts! The ride lasts 15 minutes and includes numerous stops with well designed video presentations projected onto the walls outside the carriage. The ride ends at the maintenance depot which exhibits historic rail cars and switching equipment. Tickets to Mail Rail also cover entrance to the nearby Postal Museum. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/London_Post_Office_Railway https://niche-museums.imgix.net/mail-rail.jpg A Mail Rail passenger train. 51.5245 -0.1132
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    {
        "url": "https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2017/sep/02/engineer-lends-voice-to-mail-rail-tours-as-secret-world-opens-to-public",
        "title": "Engineer lends voice to Mail Rail tours as secret world opens to public",
        "publication": "The Guardian",
        "author": "Maev Kennedy",
        "date": "2017-09-02"
    },
    {
        "url": "https://www.londonreconnections.com/2013/reopening-londons-mail-rail/",
        "title": "Reopening London's Mail Rail",
        "publication": "London Reconnections",
        "author": "John Bull",
        "date": "2013-10-25"
    },
    {
        "url": "http://www.placehacking.co.uk/2011/04/24/security-breach-london-mail-rail/",
        "title": "Security Breach: The London Mail Rail",
        "publication": "Place Hacking",
        "author": "Consolidation Crew",
        "date": "2011-04-24"
    }
]
        0   Coley Street Holborn London   England WC1X 8HB United Kingdom gb
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    "wikidata": "Q7374422",
    "wikipedia": "en:Mount Pleasant Mail Centre"
}
{
    "name": "London Central Mail Centre",
    "name:en": "London Central Mail Centre",
    "alt_name": "Mount Pleasant Mail Centre"
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    St Giles         London Central Mail Centre       Greater London                                     2019-12-17T17:22:09+00:00 2019-12-17T17:22:09+00:00 United Kingdom      
69 Museum of Funeral History https://www.dignityfunerals.co.uk/funeral-directors/locations/england/london/clerkenwell/29---31-rosebery-avenue 29-31 Rosebery Avenue, Clerkenwell, EC1R 4SL, London, United Kingdom Tucked away in the basement of Thomas Treacy funeral directors in London Clerkenwell, this eclectic museum combines displays on the history of funerals in London with information about funeral traditions around the world. The museum was opened in June 2017 by a local historian who works at the funeral home. Most of the exhibitions are text and photographs, but the written descriptions have a lot of personality and make for an entertaining half hour of exploration. Did you know that Fred Baruch, creator of the Pringles tube, requested that some of his cremated remains should be buried in a Pringle's container? Or that the classic red telephone box was modeled after the mausoleum of John Soane in the St Pancras old churchyard? This museum is just around the corner from the [Mail Rail](https://www.niche-museums.com/browse/museums/68) so we combined our visits.   https://niche-museums.imgix.net/funeral-history.jpg Displays inside the museum. 51.524 -0.1113
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    {
        "url": "https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/blog/2018/03/19/londons-museum-of-funeral-history/",
        "title": "London\u2019s Museum of Funeral History",
        "publication": "ianVisits",
        "author": "Ian Mansfield",
        "date": "2018-03-19"
    }
]
        0   Mount Pleasant Angel London   England WC1X 0AR United Kingdom gb
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  27 Finsbury                 Greater London               Barnstaple Mansions                     2019-12-18T18:08:06+00:00 2019-12-18T18:08:06+00:00 United Kingdom      
70 London Mithraeum https://www.londonmithraeum.com/ 12 Walbrook, London, EC4N 8AA, United Kingdom This temple of Mithras was a sensation when it was discovered during post-WWII redevelopment in 1954, bringing widespread attention to London's Roman heritage. The ruins were subsequently dismantled, stored in a builder's yard and then clumsily reconstructed in 1962 outdoors a hundred yards from their original site with, as the Guardian put it, "all the mystery of a suburban front garden". In 2010 Bloomberg purchased the site that included the original location to use as their European headquarters. They decided to restore the Mithraeum to a new custom space seven metres below the surface, and attempted to recapture the atmosphere of the mystery cult of Mithras. The Mithraeum is free to visit, and is presented with a short light and sound experience complete with Latin chants and shuffling feet. The way they recreate the original pillars using shadows is a very neat touch. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/London_Mithraeum https://niche-museums.imgix.net/london-mithraeum.jpg The Mithraeum, illuminated. 51.5122 -0.0907
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    {
        "url": "https://www.theguardian.com/science/2017/nov/08/reconstructed-roman-temple-mithras-opens-public-bloomberg-hq",
        "title": "Reconstructed Roman Temple of Mithras opens to public in London",
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  21                 Bloomberg Arcade Greater London           Vinoteca                         2019-12-19T17:15:33+00:00 2019-12-19T17:15:33+00:00 United Kingdom      
71 Bank of England Museum https://www.bankofengland.co.uk/museum/ Bartholomew Lane, London, EC2R 8AH, United Kingdom The Bank of England really wants you to understand quantitative easing. Their museum has multiple displays on the subject, plus two interactive games - one of which sees you attempting to sail a boat through stormy financial waters, applying quantitative easing in an attempt to keep inflation to the magic level of 2%. More importantly though: they have a real gold bar in a cage, which you can both touch and pick up to see how heavy it is! https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bank_of_England_Museum https://niche-museums.imgix.net/gold-bar.jpg A gold bar you can touch. 51.5142 -0.0876           0   Threadneedle Street   City of London City of London England EC2R 8AH United Kingdom gb
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72 Reserva Cerro Ancón https://www.visitpanama.com/destination/cerro-ancon-ancon-hill-panama-city/ Reserva Cerro Ancón, Panama City, Panama Where else can you take a jungle hike in the middle of a city and see a wild sloth in a tree? Areas of Panama were placed under US jurisdiction as part of the Panama Canal Zone between 1903 and 1977. Ancon Hill is a 200m hill in the center of Panama City that was used as a US army post during that period. The area was largely undeveloped and became a reserve after being handed back to Panama - albeit with a very prominent Panamanian flag at the top of the hill. It takes about half an hour to hike to the top - but in practice it takes longer because you will want to stop and admire the sloths. We saw sloths, toucans and coatis and apparently there are also nine-banded armadillos and Geoffroy's tamarin in the reserve as well. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ancon_Hill https://niche-museums.imgix.net/panama-sloth.jpg A sloth in a tree with Panama City in the background. 8.958 -79.5493724
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    Balboa                                                   Bosques Urbanos del Cerro Ancón   2019-12-21T21:24:45+00:00 2019-12-21T21:24:45+00:00 Panama      
73 Buckfast Abbey https://www.buckfast.org.uk/ Buckfast Abbey, Buckfastleigh, TQ11 0EE, United Kingdom Buckfast has been home to an abbey since 1018, albeit with numerous changes in circumstance. The monastery was dissolved in 1539, then refounded by French Benedictine monks in 1882. Today’s church was completed in 1938. The Abbey is self-supporting, most notoriously through the production of Buckfast Tonic Wine. Variously known as "Wreck the Hoose Juice", "Commotion Lotion”, "Cumbernauld Rocket Fuel” and more this fortified wine is highly caffeinated and has been widely associated with anti-social behaviour in Scotland. The Abbey staff generally dislike questions about the wine’s violent reputation, but they do sell bottles of it in the Abbey gift shop. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buckfast_Abbey https://niche-museums.imgix.net/buckfast.jpg Buckfast Abbey. 50.4926 -3.7765
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    Buckfastleigh                 South West England                                     2019-12-22T18:12:26+00:00 2019-12-22T18:12:26+00:00 United Kingdom      
74 Dennis Severs’ House https://www.dennissevershouse.co.uk/ 18 Folgate Street, Spitalfields, London E1 6BX, United Kingdom A three-dimensional historical novel. American artist Dennis Severs moved to London in 1967 and bought this Georgian terraced house in 1979. He spent the next twenty years refurbishing the ten rooms in the house to tell the story of two hundred years of occupation by an imaginary family of Huguenot immigrants. Each room is intended to give the impression that the occupants have just left, with hidden audio tracks, scents and half-eaten bread adding to the atmosphere. Today the house is maintained by the Spitalfields Historic Buildings Trust, who open it to the public and also run occasional candle-lit evening tours. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dennis_Severs%27_House https://niche-museums.imgix.net/dennis-severs-house.jpg Outside Dennis Severs’ House 51.5209 -0.0776932
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75 Jukebox London http://www.jukeboxlondon.co.uk/ 16 Colebrooke Row, Islington, London, N1 8DB, United Kingdom David and Margaret Webb started restoring vintage Jukeboxes over twenty years ago. Their showroom in an Islington townhouse displays a dazzling array of Jukeboxes dating back to the 1940s, all of which are in working order. Call them to book an appointment and they will show you around and demonstrate the Jukeboxes working for you. They sell about ten a year, but only to customers who can be trusted to look after them properly.   https://niche-museums.imgix.net/jukebox-london.jpg Details of a Jukebox. 51.5327 -0.1031
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    Pentonville                 Greater London                                     2019-12-24T16:50:11+00:00 2019-12-26T21:27:24+00:00 United Kingdom      
76 Stonehenge https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/stonehenge/ Amesbury, Wiltshire, SP4 7DE, United Kingdom England's most famous Neolithic monument. Constructed between 3000 and 2000 BC, and legally protected since the Ancient Monuments Protection Act of 1882. How it was built and what it was built for remain subject to debate. Ask the guides up by the Henge about the rooks - if you are lucky they might be feeding them. We visited the day before the winter solstice and saw an entire bus load of druids and some Morris dancers.   https://niche-museums.imgix.net/stonehenge.jpg Stonehenge. 51.1788 -1.8261
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77 Yolo Causeway Bat Colony http://yolobasin.org/battalkandwalks/ 45211 County Road 32B, Davis, CA 95618, United States Every summer the Yolo Causeway between Davis and Sacramento plays host to enormous numbers of migratory Mexican free-tailed bats - the largest colony of these bats in California. The bats emerge together in spectacular long ribbons at dusk as they head out to hunt. The current causeway was built in 1962, with expansion joints that turned out to be the perfect roosting spot for bats. Today the bat population peaks at around 250,000 individuals. They feed on insects in the nearby wetlands and give birth to baby bats in mid-June. The Yolo Basin Foundation offers Bat Talk & Walks during bat season. This is by far the best way to see the bats as the ideal viewing spots for the flyouts are in areas of the wetlands that are not generally open to the public. The bat talk usually features rescued bats so you can see what they look like up close! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yolo_Causeway https://niche-museums.imgix.net/yolo-causeway.jpg A ribbon of bats emerging from the causeway. 38.5709 -121.5903
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        West Sacramento                                                   2019-12-26T17:02:55+00:00 2019-12-26T17:19:20+00:00 United States      
78 Horniman Museum and Gardens https://www.horniman.ac.uk/ 100 London Road, Forest Hill, London SE23 3PQ, United Kingdom The Horniman museum in Forest Hill, south London was opened in 1901 by Frederick John Horniman, heir to the world's largest tea trading business. Frederick was a lifelong collector, focusing on natural history, anthropology and musical instruments. His collection of 30,000 items formed the basis of the museum's collection, which has since grown to more than 350,000 items, continuing to focus on those three topics. The most famous item in the Horniman is a stuffed walrus, first displayed at the Colonial and Indian Exhibition in South Kensington in 1886. The walrus originated in eastern Canada but was stuffed in England, apparently by a taxidermist who had never seen a walrus and assumed that it should be stuffed until the wrinkles smoothed out. Today you can follow [the walrus on Twitter](https://twitter.com/hornimanwalrus). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horniman_Museum https://niche-museums.imgix.net/horniman.jpg The majestic Horniman walrus. 51.441 -0.0611
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Horniman Museum 100 Forest Hill                 Greater London                                     2019-12-27T15:33:45+00:00 2019-12-27T15:33:45+00:00 United Kingdom      
79 Southern Food and Beverage Museum https://natfab.org/southern-food-and-beverage 1504 Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard, New Orleans, LA 70113 New Orleans is *really* good at food. The Southern Food & Beverage Museum helps explain why. Founded in 2004, and relocated a couple of times until it reached its current location in September 2014, the museum has exhibits covering food cultures from throughout the American south and detailed exhibits on the foods of Louisiana. Popeyes Chicken founder Al Copeland has his own area, which includes his 1986 Scoville Unit chromatography device and an original Satisfryer device custom built for Al’s restaurants. The museum includes a museum-within-a-museum: The Museum of the American Cocktail, which displays cocktail items dating all the way back to the 1750s. Also present is La Galerie de l'Absinthe, the largest collection of Absinthe artifacts in the USA. SoFAB hosts frequent cooking demonstrations by local chefs, and shares space with Toups South, a highly rated brunch and dinner restaurant. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southern_Food_and_Beverage_Museum https://niche-museums.imgix.net/nola-food-beverage.jpg Inside the Southern Food and Beverage Museum. 29.9409 -90.0792
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80 Oakley Court https://www.oakleycourt.co.uk/ Windsor Road, Water Oakley, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 5UR, United Kingdom A British Victorian country house built in 1859. Today it's a luxury hotel, but the fancy trimmings conceal a mischievous past: this mansion is Dr. Frank N. Furter's castle from the Rocky Horror Picture Show! The house changed hands several times before the Second World War, but in 1949 it became home to Hammer Film Productions, notorious producer of British gothic horror films from the 1950s to the 1970s. Hammer shot five films there before moving to a custom studio built next door. They continued to use Oakley Court for exteriors, including The Brides of Dracula in 1962 and The Plague of the Zombies in 1966. In October through December of 1974 Oakley Court was used as a location for many scenes of the Rocky Horror Picture Show. The mansion was in very poor condition at the time, with no heat or bathrooms. Susan Sarandon (Janet) came down with pneumonia while filming there. Today there is little evidence of the hotel's cinematic past - but if you head to the lounge bar room that borders the conservatory you will find yourself sitting in the room that hosted the Time Warp. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oakley_Court https://niche-museums.imgix.net/timewarp-hotel.jpg Outside of Oakley Court. 51.4903 -0.6723      
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    Bray Oakley Green               South East                           Oakley Court Hotel         2019-12-29T14:34:05+00:00 2019-12-29T15:33:13+00:00 United Kingdom      
81 Seaton Tramway https://www.tram.co.uk/ Seaton Tramway, Harbour Road, Seaton, Devon EX12 2NQ, United Kingdom A unique narrow-gauge electric tramway, running between the East Devon coastal town of Seaton and the villages of Colyford and Colyton in the Axe Valley. The fourteen trams that operate on the line are custom half-scale and two-thirds-scale electric vehicles, mostly built for the tramway by founder Claude Lane and his successor Allan Gardner. Some of the trams are adapted from historic vehicles, the oldest of which is a red and white Ex Metropolitan Electric Tramways vehicle first constructed in 1904. The tramway opened in 1970, reusing segments of the Seaton branch line that had been closed by the Beaching cuts in the 1960s. The tramway had previously spent the 1950s moving homes between St Leonard’s, Rhyl and Eastbourne. The tram ride takes 25 minutes in each direction, and the Colyton end has a station cafeteria, a picnic area and an excellent antique thrift shop. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seaton_Tramway https://niche-museums.imgix.net/seaton-tramway.jpeg A beautiful pink tram. 50.7051 -3.0679      
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    Seaton         Seaton Tramway Terminus       South West England                                     2019-12-29T21:57:37-08:00 2019-12-29T21:57:37-08:00 United Kingdom      
82 The Donkey Sanctuary https://www.thedonkeysanctuary.org.uk/ Slade House Farm, Sidmouth, EX10 0NU, United Kingdom The Donkey Sanctuary in Sidmouth, Devon is an extraordinarily successful charity. Frequently ranked in the top 50 UK charities by funds raised, in 2018 it spent £40M and pulled in £42.3M - more than half of which was from legacies in people’s wills. The sanctuary is responsible for more than 6,000 donkeys worldwide and the headquarters in Sidmouth usually hosts a population of several hundred. The British public really likes donkeys. Founded by Elisabeth Svendsen in 1969, the sanctuary moved to its present location in 1974 when she was bequeathed a legacy of 204 donkeys by the estate of Violet Philpin - joining Elisabeth’s existing herd of 38. The charity continued to grow over the years, and today operates in 35 countries worldwide. Visits to the sanctuary are free, and it opens 365 days a year. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Donkey_Sanctuary https://niche-museums.imgix.net/donkey-sanctuary.jpeg Donkeys in the sanctuary. 50.6973 -3.1905
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    Branscombe                 South West England       The Donkey Sanctuary                             2019-12-30T16:09:25-08:00 2020-01-15T17:44:08-08:00 United Kingdom      
83 Jigokudani Monkey Park http://en.jigokudani-yaenkoen.co.jp/ 〒381-0401 Nagano, Shimotakai District, Yamanochi, Hirao, 6845, Japan As ski resorts developed in the 1950s, Japanese macaques (often referred to as snow monkeys) were forced to migrate to the lower mountain regions including the human occupied areas of Yamanouchi. A guesthouse there called Korakukan featured an outdoor onsen - a hot spring bath - and the monkeys imitated human bathers and started enjoying the hot baths themselves. Since the human population didn't particularly want to share their baths with the monkeys, a compromise was reached: in 1964 a set of hot spring baths were constructed for the monkeys to enjoy by themselves. Guides make food available to the monkeys, encouraging them to stay in the area all year round. They are still very much wild creatures though, and they return to the safety of the forests in the evenings. We stayed at the nearby Kokuya ryokan - a 400 year old guesthouse with eight of its own private hot spring baths - and it was absolutely magical. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jigokudani_Monkey_Park https://niche-museums.imgix.net/snow-monkeys.jpeg Snow monkeys. 36.7326 138.462
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        山ノ内町     地獄谷野猿公苑                                             2019-12-31T22:15:17-08:00 2019-12-31T22:15:17-08:00 Japan      
84 Hazel-Atlas Sand Mine https://www.ebparks.org/parks/black_diamond/ Somersville Road, Antioch, CA 94509 The Black Diamond Mines Regional Preserve in the East Bay is a 6,000 acre regional park incorporating 60 miles of trails, 3 deserted mining towns, a 19th century cemetery and a former sand mine, which today is open for guided tours. The mine opened in the 1920s to produce silica sandstone for the glass industry. Their top customer was the Hazel-Atlas Glass Company plant in Oakland, who later purchased the mine and operated it until 1945. Tours take 90 minutes and cover 1300 feet of the old sand mine. Reservations are recommended as they frequently sell out. The Greathouse Visitor Center is located underground in a large chamber excavated in the 1920s and features a small museum with displays about the history and geology of the area. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Diamond_Mines_Regional_Preserve https://niche-museums.imgix.net/black-diamond-mines.jpg Inside the sand mine. 37.9835 -121.8559
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85 Ilfracombe Tunnels Beaches http://www.tunnelsbeaches.co.uk/ Bath Place, Ilfracombe, Devon, EX34 8AN, United Kingdom In the early 19th century North Devon started to establish itself as a destination for seaside resorts, with travelers arriving by ship and by railway. In the 1820s the Ilfracombe Sea Bathing Company formed, and a team of hundreds of Welsh miners were hired to spend two years carving six tunnels through the Ilfracombe hillside, providing access to the coastline by foot or by carriage. In 1836 a new bath-house was erected, offering hot and cold-water sea baths as an aid to health. Outdoor bathing pools were organized, segregated by gender to protect the modesty of the ladies. A bugler was positioned between the male and female pools who would blow an alarm if any man attempted to spy on the ladies, resulting in his arrest. Today four of the six tunnels are still in operation, and the remains of the pools themselves are open to visitors. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Ilfracombe https://niche-museums.imgix.net/ilfracombe-tunnels.jpeg A tunnel to the beach. 51.2091 -4.1269      
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    Ilfracombe                 South West England                                     2020-01-02T22:04:59-08:00 2020-01-02T22:04:59-08:00 United Kingdom      
86 The Beat Museum http://www.kerouac.com 540 Broadway, San Francisco, CA 94133 The Beat Museum was founded as an Airstream trailer in Monterey in 2003, and relocated to permanent premises in the North Beach neighborhood of San Francisco in 2006. The museum collects memorabilia of the Beat Generation - a literary movement founded in the 1950s who rejected economic materialism and explored psychedelic drugs and sexual liberation. Leading figures in the movement included Allen Ginsberg, William S. Burroughs and Jack Kerouac. The museum features typewriters, jackets, letters and other memorabilia for these artists and many others. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beat_Museum https://niche-museums.imgix.net/beat-museum.jpg Allen Ginsberg's organ. 37.798 -122.4062
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  0   Romolo Place Telegraph Hill San Francisco San Francisco City and County California 94113 United States of America us
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87 Sea Lions at Pier 39 https://www.pier39.com/the-sea-lion-story/ Pier 39, The Embarcadero at Beach Street, San Francisco, CA 94133 Shortly before the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake, sea lions started to haul out onto K dock at Pier 39 in San Francisco. Their numbers steadily increased, and their protected status lead to a quandary for the pier’s management team. They decided to relinquish the dock to the pinnipeds, and thirty years later the sea lions have established themselves as a San Francisco fixture. There are usually between 150 and 600 sea lions at the pier, mostly male and weighing up to 850lb (390kg). Their numbers drop in June and July when most of them head south to the Channel Islands for breeding season. The highest recorded count was 1,701 in November 2009. The Aquarium of the Bay operates a Sea Lion Center upstairs from the sea lions themselves which has interactive displays and educational videos. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pier_39#Sea_lions https://niche-museums.imgix.net/pier-39-sea-lions.jpg Sea Lions at Pier 39. 37.8108 -122.4115
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88 Griffith Observatory http://www.griffithobservatory.org/ 2800 East Observatory Road, Los Angeles, CA 90027 The Griffith Observatory opened in 1935 using funds bequeathed to the city of Los Angeles for the purpose of making astronomy accessible to the public. Griffith Jenkins Griffith was a Welsh-American who made money through mining syndicates during the California gold rush, trading on his expertise as a journalist covering mining for the Alta California newspaper. After moving to Los Angeles in 1882 he married Tina Mesmer, the air to the quarter million dollar Briswalter fortune... but only after ensuring that the entire fortune would be transferred to his name. He used his wife's money to climb the ranks of LA society, building a reputation as a philanthropist through the donation in 1896 of 3,015 acres of ranch land to the city for use as a public park - Griffith Park. A teetotaler in public, Griffith was secretly a drunk. He grew increasingly paranoid and in 1903 forced his wife Tina at gunpoint to swear on a prayer book that she was faithful to the marriage and was not involved in a perceived attempt to poison him. Despite her attestations, he shot her in the head. She survived but was blinded in her right eye. Griffith was arrested three days later and was sentenced to just two years in San Quentin. His lawyer had blamed the incident on “alcoholic insanity”. In 1908, upon visiting Mount Wilson Observatory Griffith declared "If all mankind could look through that telescope, it would change the world." He offered the city money to build an observatory in 1912, but they refused, wary of further association with an attempted murderer. Griffith died in 1919 and the city accepted the money he left in trust for both the observatory and the nearby Greek Theater. They have since become respected landmarks of Los Angeles. Today the observatory hosts several exhibit areas, an astronomical telescope and a Tesla coil. Their Zeiss 12-inch refracting telescope has been looked through by 8 million people - more people than any other telescope on earth. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Griffith_Observatory https://niche-museums.imgix.net/Griffith-Observatory.jpg Griffith Observatory. 34.1182 -118.3005
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Griffith Observatory 2800 Hollywood                                                       2020-01-05T20:08:02-08:00 2020-01-05T20:08:02-08:00 United States      
89 Cohen Bray House https://www.cohenbrayhouse.org/ 1440 29th Ave, Oakland, CA 94601 The Cohen Bray House in Oakland was built in 1882-1884 as a wedding present for Emma Bray and Alfred H. Cohen. The house is a relatively rare example of the Stick-Eastlake style of the late 19th century, but what really sets it apart is its interior, which maintains the aesthetic style popular when it was built. The house has remained in the same family for its entire history, and today that family preserve it as an Oakland Historical Landmark with the assistance of volunteers. Tours are offered on the fourth Sunday of every month, and twice a year the house offers a tour with High Tea in the formal dining room. We did this in January 2020 and the tea was most excellent.   https://niche-museums.imgix.net/cohen-bray-house.jpg The Cohen Bray House. 37.7798 -122.2283      
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90 Jelly Belly Factory https://www.jellybelly.com/california-factory-tours 1 Jelly Belly Lane, Fairfield, CA 94533 The Jelly Belly factory in Fairfield, California has an extensive collection of Ronald Reagan memorabilia. Most impressive are their portraits of Reagan constructed entirely from jelly beans. Why so much love for the Gipper? In 1965 the Herman Goelitz Candy Company created a new, small and flavorful jelly bean. In 1966, having switched to candy as an alternative to cigarettes, California governor Ronald Reagan first tried one and became a massive fan. In 1974 Reagan wrote to a letter to the company stating "They have become such a tradition of this administration that it has gotten to the point where we can hardly start a meeting or make a decision without passing around a jar of jelly beans." The product was rebranded Jelly Belly in 1976, and in 1980 a Time photographer snapped a photo during Reagan's presidential campaign that revealed his preference to the public. Sales doubled over the next year and the company shipped 3.5 tons of red, white and blue jelly beans to Washington DC for the inauguration. Reagan even had a standing order of 720 bags per month during his presidency. The factory tour is worthwhile: you get to see how jelly beans are made, and there are several exciting robot arms. But the highlight are the jelly bean portraits, covering Reagan and many other historical figures.   https://niche-museums.imgix.net/jelly-belly.jpg Jelly bean portraits. 38.2392 -122.0788
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91 Bevolo Gas Light Museum https://bevolo.com/ 521 Conti Street, New Orleans, LA 70130 Bevolo is a family business founded in 1945 in the New Orleans French Quarter who today are the largest manufacturer of handmade copper lanterns in the United States. Their lamps are hand-riveted (as opposed to soldered) which they claim gives them improved longevity. Their workshop and museum offers the chance to watch the lamp makers in action, and see examples of historic street lamps from the French Quarter. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bevolo_Gas_and_Electric_Lights https://niche-museums.imgix.net/bevolo-lights.jpeg Gas lamps. 29.955 -90.0674
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92 Museo de las Misiones de Baja California   Salvatierra 16, Centro, 23880 Loreto, Mexico The town of Loreto was founded in 1697 at the Monqui Native American settlement of Conchó. Jesuit missionaries founded the town as the first Spanish colonial settlement on the Baja California Peninsula. The Mission of our Lady of Loreto that they built there formed the start of El Camino Real ("The Royal Road"), a historic chain of missions that stretched all the way up to Sonoma in California, 1069 miles to the North. The Museo de las Misiones is a small museum that documents the history of the missions. It includes archeological remains, weapons, paintings and historic sacred documents. It also features a church bell that fell into the sea in 1875 and was retrieved by fishermen a hundred years later. The museum celebrates the Jesuits as "men of extraordinary intellectual and moral character", but in places it does hint at their contribution to the demise of indigenous cultures. https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Museo_de_las_Misiones_Jesu%C3%ADticas_de_Loreto https://niche-museums.imgix.net/museo-de-las-misones.jpeg The entrance to the museum. 26.0102 -111.3436
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93 Fort Point https://www.nps.gov/fopo/ Long Avenue & Marine Drive, San Francisco, CA 94129 Constructed by the US Army Corp of Engineers between 1853 and 1861 at the height of the gold rush, Fort Point was designed to protect the San Francisco Bay from foreign attack. Cannons were mounted close to the waterline so that cannonballs could ricochet off the water and hit enemy ships hear the waterline. The fort has never seen battle, but is historically significant due to its military architecture. It is the only "Third System" fort to be constructed west of the Mississippi. Following the civil war, the fort's cannons became obsolete. It was used intermittently by the army, mainly as barracks, and then served as defense against potential submarine attacks during the Second World War. A campaign in the 1930s saved the fort from demolition during the construction of the Golden Gate Bridge, which was redesigned to arch over the fort instead. It became a National Historic Site in 1970. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fort_Point,_San_Francisco https://niche-museums.imgix.net/fort-point.jpg Fort Point under the Golden Gate Bridge. 37.8105 -122.4769
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94 Donner Memorial State Park Visitor Center http://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=503 12593 Donner Pass Road, Truckee, CA 96161 The Donner Party is notorious as the single greatest tragedy to occur during the American westward migration of the early 19th century. 32 members of the Donner and Reed families, plus their employees, set out west from Independence Missouri on the 12th of May 1846, in nine wagons at the rear of a train of almost 500. On July 19, 1846 their group made the fateful decision to form the Donner Party under the leadership of George Donner, and split off to take the newly declared Hastings Cutoff. This new route promised to shave 350 miles off the journey to California. Unexpected delays on the route caused them to miss the short window of time for an easy crossing of the Sierra mountains, and the party (now numbering 89) was trapped snowbound around Truckee Lake (now Donner Lake). Most of the Californian military were involved in the Mexican–American War at the time, which greatly hampered relief efforts. Of several attempted rescues, the first arrived four months after the party had become trapped. It took three relief efforts to complete the rescue. Of the 89 people trapped near Donner Lake, 41 died and 48 survived. Did the survivors turn to cannibalism? Although some denied it, consensus among historians is that up to 19 of the party were indeed cannibalized. The Donner Memorial State Park was established in 1928, around the original Pioneer Monument which was constructed between 1901 and 1918. The visitor center has numerous well designed displays explaining the story of the Donner Party and the context of westbound migration in the 19th century. The state park has some excellent hiking trails. We found something’s spine on one of them! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Donner_Party https://niche-museums.imgix.net/donner-party.jpg Donner Memorial State Park Visitor Center 39.3241 -120.2322      
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95 Anja Community Reserve http://anjareserve.angelfire.com/ Manambolo, Madagascar Anja Community Reserve is home to the world's highest concentration of ring-tailed lemurs - roughly 350 individuals divided into troops that range in size up to 30 members. Development of the reserve started in 1996 when the government enacted legislation to transfer responsibility for land management to local communities. A group of twenty youths from the Anja area worked to create a reserve, and the reserve received formal recognition in 1999. In 2001 the Anja Miray Association was formed to manage the reserve and nearby land, and by 2011 the reserve had created more than 450 jobs and had become one of the most-visited community managed sites in all of Madagascar. Today it serves as a model for other community-based tourism projects throughout Madagascar and the world. Visitors must be accompanied by a local guide. The lemurs are plentiful and extremely photogenic. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anja_Community_Reserve https://niche-museums.imgix.net/anja.jpg Ring-tailed lemurs sitting on a rock. -21.855 46.8549
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96 Palace of Fine Arts https://palaceoffinearts.com/ 3601 Lyon St, San Francisco, CA 94123 The Panama–Pacific International Exposition of 1915 was a world's fair that celebrated the completion of the Panama canal - but also served to showcase San Francisco's recovery from the 1906 earthquake. Eleven palaces were built for the exposition. All but one of them were torn down afterwards when the exposition site became San Francisco's residental Marina District. The Palace of Fine Arts was the survivor, thanks to a campaign by the Palace Preservation League founded by Phoebe Apperson Hearst (mother of William Randolph Hearst). The palace was designed by Bernard Ralph Maybeck, who created it as a fictional Roman and Ancient Greek ruin constructed around a small artificial lagoon. The weeping women who top the colonnade were sculpted by Ulric Ellerhusen, modeled after Audrey Munson. Audrey served as the model for an enormous number of sculptures, initially in New York and then across the United States. She earned the nickname "Panama–Pacific Girl" after posing for three-fifths of the sculptures created for the 1915 Expo. The palace was not built to last, and the wood and plaster structure seriously degraded over time. In 1964 it was entirely replaced by a direct copy, built using steel beams and light-weight concrete. This was further seismically retrofitted in 2010. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palace_of_Fine_Arts https://niche-museums.imgix.net/palace-of-fine-arts.jpeg The Palace of Fine Arts, from across the lake. 37.8029 -122.449
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97 The ruins of Llano del Rio   Llano, CA 93544 Job Harriman was the most prominent Californian socialist of the early 1900s. In 1900 he ran as Vice President on the Socialist Party of America ticket. In 1911 and 1913 he made competitive runs on the Socialist ticket for Mayor of Los Angeles. Following his second mayoral defeat he switched to a different path: he purchased a 2,000 acre patch of land in the Mojave Desert with the intention of building a self-sufficient commune that could embody socialist principles. The colony officially opened in May 1914 with just five residents. By early 1915 it had grown to 150, and the population peaked at 1100 in summer 1917. The colony only admitted caucasians - a thoroughly racist policy that was excused as being “not due to race prejudice but because it is not deemed expedient to mix the races in these communities”. Designs for the colony were prepared by Alice Constance Austin, a feminist architect and city planner who later wrote an influential book about city planning. She envisioned a community where the kitchens and laundry were centralized via a network of underground rail tunnels, freeing each household from maintaining their own kitchens and cooking their own meals. Alice’s designs were never implemented. By 1918 the colony had been abandoned - political dissent within the commune and California’s refusal to permit the construction of a water-providing dam led to a torrent of departures, and the Llano Del Rio Company declared bankruptcy in 1918. 200 members relocated to Louisiana, where they established the town of New Llano and operated it as a socialist commune until 1937. That town still exists today. 100 years later the ruins of Llano del Rio can still be found along California Highway 138. A Google Maps review warned us that it's only home to rattlesnakes today, but sadly we were unable to find any. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Llano_del_Rio https://niche-museums.imgix.net/llano-del-rio.jpg The ruins of Llano del Rio. 34.5065 -117.8272
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98 Cleveland Hungarian Museum   Galleria at Erieview, 1301 East 9th Street, Cleveland, OH 44114 Cleveland Ohio is home to over 100,000 Hungarians, and has at times been the city with the second largest population of Hungarians after Budapest. They arrived in three separate waves of immigrants: just before the First World War, directly after the Second World War and during the aftermath of the Hungarian revolution of 1956. The Cleveland Hungarian Museum was founded in 1985 to present Hungarian culture and highlight the contributions of Cleveland Hungarians. It started life in St. Elizabeth Church, then moved to Richmond Mall in 1996, then Euclid Square Mall in 1999 and finally the Galleria at Erieview Mall in downtown Cleveland in 2003. Today the museum acts as a center for Hungarian-American life in a Cleveland. It hosts regular events and has both permanent and temporary exhibits. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cleveland_Hungarian_Museum https://niche-museums.imgix.net/cleveland-hungarian.jpeg The outside of the museum, in the mall. 41.5048 -81.6895      
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99 New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum https://voodoomuseum.com/ 724 Dumaine Street, New Orleans, LA 70116 Voodoo first came to Louisiana with West African slaves in the early 1700s. It combined cultural practices and beliefs from multiple African groups, most prominently the Fon people from what is now Benin. Louisiana Voodoo ended up syncretizing aspects of Catholicism. Themes that are distinctive to Louisiana Voodoo include gris-gris (protective amulets) and Voodoo queens, of which Marie Laveau is the most famous, active for much of the 19th century. Local artist Charles Massicot Gandolfo created the New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum museum in the French Quarter in 1972. He founded the museum along with his younger brother Jerry Gandolfo who still owns it today. The museum’s collection is displayed in two small rooms connected by a cramped corridor. It includes antique voodoo dolls, talismans, taxidermy and multiple altars, some of which are used by Voodoo practitioners today. The museum also has a kneeling bench that belonged to Marie Laveau. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Orleans_Historic_Voodoo_Museum https://niche-museums.imgix.net/historic-voodoo.jpeg An altar in the voodoo museum. 29.9599 -90.064
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100 Ray Bandar's Bone Palace   Marietta Drive, San Francisco, CA 94127 Ray Bandar collected his first skull in 1953, on Baker Beach in San Francisco. He would spend the next sixty years adding to his collection. When Ray died at the age of 90 in December 2017 he left a collection of over 7,000 animal skulls, most of which were on display on the four floors of his house in San Francisco. In 1958 Ray was given the title of field associate by the California Academy of Sciences. They sponsored many of his bone collecting expeditions to countries that included Mexico and Australia. He grew his collection under a scientific collection permit issued by the state of California for his work with the academy. Ray taught biology at Fremont High School in Oakland for 32 years, until he retired from teaching in 1990 to dedicate himself full time to bone collecting. He was the first person called by Bay Area zoos when an animal died, enabling him to add species that including hippopotamuses, tigers, and chimpanzees to his collection. Ray's artist wife Alkmene was a vital part of the process. It was Alkmene who encouraged the couple to collect a horse skull from the side of the road during their cross country honeymoon driving trip in 1954. She worked with Ray on many of his collecting adventures, though she did credit the survival of their marriage to her weak sense of smell! We visited Ray's Bone Palace (as he called it) in February of 2018, a few weeks before the collection was permanently relocated to the California Academy of Sciences. Ray's great nephew Jacob gave us the tour. It was the most incredibly place I have ever experienced. Ray treated skulls as art, and Ray and his wife Alkmene were both keen artists. The living room displayed art and a number of skulls, but these merely hinted at what was to come. As we descended deeper into the house Jacob explained that Ray had won the "grossest dead thing" halloween contest so many times that they competition had to forbid him from entering to give other contestants a chance. "Puss in Boots", a mummified cat wearing boots, was one of th… https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ray_Bandar https://niche-museums.imgix.net/ray-bandar.jpeg A basement full of skulls. 37.7421 -122.4495
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