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FEB 2017

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TRAVEL LE ADER T H E 4 5 GROUP P H O E B E A . H E A R S T M U S E U M O F A N T H R OP OL O G Y B E R K E L E Y , C A L I F O R N I A The Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology at the University of California Berkeley needs more room to display its collection. After all, it has some 3.8 million pieces. Two projects will help the museum do just that: a new gallery and new collection storage facilities. Crews are renovating a 5,200-square-foot gallery on the south end of Kroeber Hall that will rotate objects from the permanent collection throughout the year. One corner of the gallery will feature a 700-square- foot multipurpose Learning Center where groups can explore items from the museum's vast collections, participate in workshops and attend lectures. The project also includes a new patio at Kroeber Hall's south-side entrance. Two collection storage facilities house the museum's osteological col- lection, global textile collections, basket collection and others. H E A R S T M U S E U M . B E R K E L E Y . E D U Courtesy Hearst Museum of Anthropology A GHANAIAN COFFIN AT THE HEARST MUSEUM Group Rates Available. FOLLOW IN THEIR FOOTSTEPS 945 MAGAZINE STREET, NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA | 877.813.3329 x 222 | NATIONALWW2MUSEUM.ORG It should have been impossible. Crossing the world's widest ocean to answer an attack made by a powerful adversary. Through hostile terrain and untold suffering, millions of Americans pushed past impossible to win the Pacific war. Follow in their footsteps on The Road to Tokyo, a new immersive experience at the The National WWII Museum. #1 Attraction in New Orleans #4 Museum in the United States #11 Museum in the World

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