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—John Hoyer Updike (b. 1932) American writer, Rabbit, Run, Rabbit at Rest

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The Exploratorium, San Francisco
Learn candy recipes, discover life on other planets, and explore the inner workings of
the human eye.

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Take an interactive tour around many of the exhibits offered at this museum such as the Unicorn tapestries, George Washington crossing the Delaware, and The Kitano Tenjin Engi Emaki.

OMSI- Oregon Museum of Science and Industry
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry - How did the dinosaurs die? Why did the Titanic sink? And what did the ancient Aztecs use for money?

The Smithsonian Institution
Make your own buffalo hide painting, experience the incredible Apollo 11 mission, learn about the World War II bombers and fighter planes, and discover how Lewis and Clark mapped the West.

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