In the museum, it's all there for the looking—rooms and rooms and long halls and hidden corners filled with forgotten gems.
Go and look at drawings, paintings, sculpture, jewelry, objects, furniture, fabric, costumes, china, and more. You won't want to overdo it, so decide what you want to see and then stop before you get overwhelmed.
Then there are all the specialized museums, such as natural history museums and science museums, full of specimens—huge skeletons and dioramas of tiny little nocturnal animals you would never see outside of a museum. There are plants, too, and birds and butterflies enough to last you into the next millennium.
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