A building in which objects of historical, scientific, artistic, or cultural interest are stored and exhibited
A museum devoted to the exhibition of works of art.
A person who visits a museum or museums, especially regularly.
An exhibition of wax dummies, typically representing famous people and fictional characters
The Crime Museum of the Metropolitan Police in London, consisting of exhibits connected with crimes of the past.
The habit or activity of visiting museums.
That visits museums, especially regularly.
A small dark beetle whose larvae can cause severe damage to carpets, stored goods, and zoological and entomological collections
An object that is worthy of display in a museum
A national museum of antiquities in London. Established with public funds in 1753, it includes among its holdings the Magna Carta, the Elgin Marbles, and the Rosetta Stone
A national museum of science, technology, and industry in South Kensington, London
A museum of art and antiquities in Oxford. It opened in 1683 and was the first public institution of its kind in England
A museum of zoological, botanical, palaeontological, and mineralogical items in South Kensington, London
A museum of art and archaeology in New York, founded in 1870
A national museum of fine and applied art in South Kensington, London, created in 1852 and having collections principally of pictures, textiles, ceramics, and furniture