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Museums are something my kids enjoy because it`s educational and keeps them away from the sun and heat, LOL. I had no idea how close the museum was from Lincoln Park but come to realize it was pretty darn close to where we parked. It was just a 10 minute walk.
After sweating my butt off at Lincoln Park in this scorching summer heat, it was refreshing to be indoor where the temperature is cool and under control.
If I remember correctly, the admission fees were $12 per person and kids 12 and under are free.
So here`s a peak at what you will find inside the museum...
*A fancy car at the entrance of the building
*The American flag
*First copy of the Declaration of Independence and first copy of the US Constitution.
*Slave ID Tag
*A collar worn by slaves who tried to escape.
*Amputation tool kit used during the Civil War
*Things people carried with them to the Civil War
*Cellphones...then and now.
*A pretty dress made in the early 1900
*A Playboy custome created in 1972. Measurement of the model was 37.5, 23, 32, 5`2 tall and 98 lbs. All I gotta say is %&#@!!!! that`s only half of me, smh.
*There was an intereresting exhibit about magic! We even got a close up magic show. Couldn`t help myself but pose for this picture. I`ve always wanted to be levitated.
*Some magic secrets revealed!
There`s plenty to see and learn inside the museum. I was too tired to take much interest in anything so I just took a bunch of pictures.
Do you like museums? If so, which one have you visited and enjoyed? My favorite has got to be the Air & Space museum in Washington DC.