Front page image credits:

 Beneski Museum of Natural History
Amherst college student Crystal Edwards speaking with "Dinotopia" author James Gurney in front of Triceratops. Beneski Museum of Natural History. Photo credit: Steve Sauter. 
 Bruce Museum  
Red-ground embroidered silk lady'€™s winter robe, Qing Dynasty, early 19th century, Silk. Gift of Mrs. Hawley T. Chester, 87.07.01
Bruce Museum
 Bruce Museum

 
Matilda Browne (American, 1869€-1947), Cuban Landscape, 1912, Watercolor on paper. Gift of Allen H. Barton, 1985
85.10.04
Bruce Museum

 International Tennis Hall of Fame and Museum  
International Tennis Hall of Fame and Museum
 Amherst History Society and Museum  
Amherst History Society and Museum
 Castle Hill on the Crane Estate

 

Castle Hill on the Crane Estate. The exterior of the Great House.

 Eric Carle Museum Photo by Damia Stewart. © 2007 The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art/Damia Stewart
 Yale Center for British Art  
Warwick Castle, Canaletto, 1697-1768, Italian, Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
 Hood Museum of Art


Dartmouth’s new Arts District comprised of (from left) the Hopkins Center for the Arts, the Hood Museum of Art, and the Black Family Visual Arts Center. Photo by Eli Burak ’00.

 Emily Dickinson Museum  The Evergreens, Emily Dickinson Museum
William Benton Museum of Art  
William Benton Museum of Art
 Heritage Museums & Gardens Heritage Museums & Gardens Flume Fountain
 Strawbery Banke Museum The verandah at the Goodwin Mansion, home to New Hampshire’s Civil War-era Governor Ichabod Goodwin and his wife Sarah. Strawbery Banke Museum
 Highfield Hall & Gardens Highfield Hall & Gardens
 Harvard Museum of Natural History Once widespread throughout New England’s old growth forests, the wolf is now regionally extinct, with only occasional sightings of wolves migrating in from Canada.  In the background, an impressive bull moose dominates the woodland pond In the New England Forests exhibition in the Zofnass Family Gallery at the Harvard Museum of Natural History. Due, in part, to the reforestation of the region, moose are now found in every New England state.
 Fleming Museum of Art  Fleming Museum of Art, UVM Student collections work
 Mystic Seaport


The Mystic Seaport waterfront, located on the historic Mystic River. Vessels pictured from left to right: the Charles W. Morgan, the Joseph Conrad and Sabino.

   

Rhode Island Historical Society


Mrs. Samuel Browne (Katherine Winthrop Browne), by John Smibert, 1734. RHiX1128. ©Rhode Island Historical Society

Springfield Museums


Seymour Planetarium, Springfield Science Museum, Springfield Museums

 Carpenter Museum

 

Carpenter Museum. Local high school volunteers at the spring Strawberry Country Festival.

 The Mark Twain House & Museum

 

The Mark Twain House & Museum at Sunset

 Heritage Museums & Gardens

 

The Flume Fountain surrounded by Heritage Museums & Garden's world-famous rhododendron