This museum takes you on a modest and slightly eccentric trip back through time to when the wireless was king of mass ... More
Pavek Museum of Broadcasting
This museum takes you on a modest and slightly eccentric trip back through time to when the wireless was king of mass communication. Founded by amateur radio historian Joseph Pavek, the museum is home to an impressive collection of early radio equipment, crystal sets and other paraphernalia. Devoted to the preservation of audio and visual history, the museum features exhibits ranging from the earliest days of radio to the modern technology of today. Along with its unique collections of broadcasting gadgets, the Pavek Museum boasts one of the largest libraries of television and radio literature under one roof.
Affectionately known as the MIA, this museum is home to an exceptional gallery of Impressionist paintings and an exquisite Asian
collection. The museum holds significant works by American and European artists including Picasso, Kandinsky, Matisse and Rodin, though it ...
Opened in 1982 in downtown Minneapolis, the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome is now home to the Minnesota Twins and the
Minnesota Vikings. The facility has also played host to the World Series, the Superbowl and the NCAA college basketball ...
When it was completed in 1883, the 2,100 foot long Stone Arch Bridge was hailed as a magnificent structure, referred
to as The Great Bridge, and compared favorably to the elaborate architecture of a Roman viaduct. Interestingly enough, critics ...