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Children’s Museum

Children’s Museum

Helsinki, Finland

This is part of the Helsinki City Museum that holds exhibitions with and for children. To keep them engaged, the Museum holds exhibitions under attractive names like Guinea Pig, where children are told about the animals found in Helsinki. There are colorful displays of cows and fish and children are allowed to have sensory experiences as well, for example they are taught and shown how to milk a co...

Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts

Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts

Moscow, Russia

Named after the famous Russian writer Pushkin, this museum unlike Tretiakov Gallery is home to Russian art in addition to paintings and pieces from around the world. Its internationality means that every visitor will find something worthwhile here. Italian, Greek, French and Egyptian art pieces have been exhibited here. The art of Da Vinci, Remembrandt, Ruben, Van Gogh, Daumier and Renoir in parti...

Lincoln Park Zoo

Lincoln Park Zoo

Chicago, United States

The Lincoln Park Zoo was founded in 1868 and is one of the oldest zoos in America.  Its beginnings were humble enough, with a donation of swans from New York's Central Park.  The animal collection has expanded slowly over time.  The Lion House was built in 1912 and the Monkey House in 1927.  Today the zoo is home to around 1,250 animals. The Kovler Lion House is a bit of a...

Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens

Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens

London, United Kingdom

What would become Hyde Park was purchased by Henry VIII in 1536 from Westminster Abbey (who had held the land since before the Norman Conquest).  It was initially used as a private hunting ground until James I opened it up to British nobility.  In 1637, Charles I opened it up to everybody, making it the first public park in London.  The most prominent feature is the Serpentine, a cu...