Features sites for museums that present exhibits, interactive experiences, and educational opportunities related to industry.
Focuses on the 1920s oil boom. Includes details of exhibits, events, programs, and hours. Located in Smackover, Arkansas.
Covers airplanes, cars, civil rights, space exploration, and how things are made. Hours, memberships, events, research center collections and access information. Located in Maryland.
Swiss museum of paper and printing. Features visitor information and current exhibits.
Tells the story of the transformation of cocoa into chocolate. Includes demonstrations, recipes, group visits, rates, hours, and directions to Bruges, Belgium. [French, English, Dutch, German, and Spanish]
An interactive museum of science and industry located in Paris, France. Site features online exhibitions, educational experiments for children, and links to the museum's media library. In English and French.
Collects and preserves artifacts of the leather working industry. Includes a shoe exhibit, publications, and visitor information.
Museum relates the history the early days and the very first product of the DuPont Company: black powder. Located in Wilmington, DE.
Museum of the history of the telephone and central office switching equipment, with exhibits including the 1876 model of Bell's first communication device.
A small museum in Wales covering the development of the diesel engine in the 20th century. Includes photos, history and descriptions of these types of motors.
Selected as a National Historic Site for its significance to the logging and sawmilling industry. Exhibit themes include sawmilling, family labor, and transportation.
Presents the history and technology of elevators and escalators and biographies of their various inventors in a virtual tour. Located in Mobile, Alabama, United States.
Features over 5000 objects and a library that contains in excess of 2000 books, periodicals, slides, and photographs. Includes details of the collections, a list of publications for sale and hours. Located in Northampton, UK.
Calendar, screenings and events, exhibitions, the collections, and education programs. Located in Astoria, New York.
Promotes study, appreciation and preservation of the American bottle industry. Exhibits include permanent and changing displays of bottles, containers and glass-blowing tools. Includes photos, hours, admission, membership, class schedules, links and directions. Located in Ballston Spa, New York, United States.
The history of British brewing. Largest brewing collection in Britain, including historic equipment, transportation vehicles, pub memorabilia and advertising materials.
Presents historical and geographical evolution of perfume bottles. Includes virtual tour, hours and contact details. Located in Barcelona, Spain. [Spanish, English and Catalan].
Exhibiting over two hundred years of the distillery's history with artifacts, photographs and documents. Located in Lancut, Poland.
Museum complex exhibiting the American industrial heritage. Exhibits include a rubblestone mill, machine tools, and textile industry artifacts.
Historic sawmill complex devoted to examining and interpreting the heritage of the Gulf Coast region's forest industry. Long Leaf, Louisiana.
Working museum in Carlmark, Sweden exhibits the art of rope making. Includes visitor information and schedule. [Swedish, English, German]
40,000 square feet of interactive exhibits cover all aspects from geology, the formation of oil, its exploration, pipelining, marketing, and refining to the economic and political impact of the industry. Includes hours, entrance fee, events, membership and directions. Located in Midland, Texas.
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