About Angela A
Lives in Louisville, Kentucky
Since Oct 2012
I love to travel. I am not happy unless I am planning a new adventure, returning to a beloved city, or blazing a trail to somewhere I have never been before. My favorite places in the world are London, New Orleans, Disneyland, and Salem, Massachusetts. I also love to write about everything and anything to do with travel. I have penned travel guides for TripAdvisor on Jamaica, Nassau, Charleston, Savannah, Nashville, Punta Cana, Kissimmee, San Juan, Panama City Beach, Louisville, Cincinnati, Key Largo, Biloxi, Tampa, Cleveland, Clearwater, Branson, Pigeon Forge, and Phoenix.
Speciality Museums, Game & Entertainment Centres
History Museums, Speciality Museums
The Titanic Museum offers guests the opportunity to explore the hallways, visit the staterooms, and experience what life may have been like on this tragic voyage. While this is an emotional adventure for some adults, it is definitely also child friendly.
Ripley's Believe It Or Not offers guests the chance to explore over 12,000 square feet and eight galleries filled with bizarre exhibits. With over 450 artifacts on display, be sure to take your time reading the accompanying descriptions and informational plaques. You will be glad that you did!
The Hollywood Wax Museum is a fantastically fun time, as guests take photos with their favorite celebrities... In wax form. Also don't miss the 5D ride, miniature golf, or maze of mirrors. While some may feel that the price is a bit high for a wax museum, others might argue that it's hard to put a price on the chance to snuggle up to George Clooney!
The World's Largest Toy Museum offers guests the chance to step back into their childhood and view over one million toys! Some of the toys on exhibit date back to the 1800s!
The Celebrity Car Museum mixes the thrill of Hollywood with the excitement of automobiles. While it is not a large collection, plenty of 'star cars' definitely make this fun museum worthy of a visit!
The Branson Auto and Farm Museum is housed in a 90,000 square foot building, packed full with classic automobiles, as well as farm machinery and vehicles. Anyone who enjoys automobiles or has a background in farming will love this special interest display!
The Veterans Memorial Museum covers the wars of the 20th-century, including both World Wars, as well as the Korean, Vietnam, and the battle of the Persian Gulf. Guests may expect to see uniforms, weapons, artifacts, and more.
This museum offers a fascinating look at Rose O'Neill, the woman who invented the Kewpie Doll. Guests may tour the former home of the inventor, and then explore the grounds and museum.
The Ralph Foster Museum is located at the College of the Ozarks, and is home to numerous artifacts relating to the history of the Ozarks. It is by far one of the Midwest’s top institutions for historical preservation and well worth a visit.