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Product NameHow To Visit A Museum
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AuthorDavid Finn
Page Count135
Long DescriptionHow to Visit a Museum conveys the real excitement of visiting a museum for children and adults in a personal and informal manner. Museum educators will find this book a useful tool for developing programs that help visitors obtain a more rewarding experience from their museum visits.
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