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Love the Louvre Issue Date: 02-20-2000

Cool Spots imageHere's a special pass to get you into the world's most famous art museum at www.louvre.fr/llv/commun/home.jsp?
bmLocale=en
. Oooo la la, it's the Louvre. And now you can wander through the galleries at your own pace without bumping elbows. You'll find works from all the famous artists, such as Da Vinci, Michelangelo and Rembrandt. When you find something you like, click on it to bring in a bigger image and soak up the art. They say it's impossible to see it all in one day, but you can come close with a virtual tour. Sure, you can't replace the experience of gazing upon the Mona Lisa in real life, but be sure to take advantage of this cool techno-tour.

Visit: www.louvre.fr/llv/commun/home.jsp?bmLocale=en
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Virtual Tourist Issue Date: 02-01-1998

Cool Spots imageSeeing the sites is easy with a virtual trip to the Kyoto National Museum in Japan at www.kyohaku.go.jp. No reservations required! No 18-hour plane ride! Just click in and sit back for a stroll through one of the best collections of East Asian artifacts in the world. First stop should be the Museum Dictionary for kids. Here's where you'll learn everything you need to know about Buddhism, East Asian archeology, Lion-Dogs, and the importance of tea. Once you've learned more about Japanese, Chinese and Korean cultures, the rest of the museum will make a lot more sense. Browse through the special exhibits or visit the permanent collection to see famous statues of the Buddha, Samurai swords and much more. Sayonara!

Visit: www.kyohaku.go.jp
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National Gallery Of Art Issue Date: 12-28-1997

Cool Spots imageEverybody quiet! Line up for the museum tour. But on this field trip you make the rules. Explore art in your own way at the National Gallery of Art online at www.nga.gov. Check out the tour of the week, see the special multimedia Web exhibitions (like the new memorial sculpture dedicated to the first African-American regiment of the Civil War), or maybe just explore the museum's collection without a guide. Is Picasso your pal, O'Keefe your obsession? Search the museum by artist names to see what the museum has by your favorite artists. Or maybe you want to head straight for the Renaissance room to see those famous Italian painters. (Browse by historical period.) This site offers many ways to satisfy the casual browser or the serious student with access to more than 100,000 art objects! The tour begins here.

Visit: www.nga.gov
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The Field Museum Issue Date: 02-09-1997

Cool Spots imageHave you ever wanted to walk among the dinosaurs or go digging for the artifacts of early human cultures in Amazon caves? At the Field Museum On-line, you can do exactly that and more. Chicago's Field Museum of Natural History hosts exhibits, pictures, movies and games for the explorer in all of us. Go for a run with a saber-toothed cat, feed the camels, or slum around with a giant sloth! If jungle rock is your thing, you can even listen to mammoth bone music! Take your outback gear to www.fieldmuseum.org and trek out on your own adventure. Don't forget to pack some snacks for the dinosaurs or maybe you will become a dinosaur snack yourself.

Visit: www.fieldmuseum.org
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Beam Me Back to the Stone Age, Scotty Issue Date: 12-29-1996

Cool Spots imageWith a click of the mouse, you can send yourself to http://museums.ncl.ac.uk/flint/menu.html and head back to the Stone Age. Take the timeline link and read a scroll of Stone Age accomplishments to find how far back in history you've gone. Then imagine a time when large ice sheets covered the land and the sea. In order to survive, you had to hunt for game and gather fruits and berries along with the herds of animals your tribe followed. Do you think you would make a good gatherer of food? Which berries or mushrooms taste good and are nutritious? Beware, some of them are not safe to eat. Staying alive takes more wit than simply digging through the refrigerator for a snack. This site clubs the myth that Stone Age people were the dim-witted, hairy brutes we have been lead to believe.

Visit: http://museums.ncl.ac.uk/flint/menu.html
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