The Américas Center for Cultural and Family Entertainment racetrack is the place for gamblers to enjoy live horse racing and other sports events listed in the Sports Book, or try their hand at the local version of bingo, called Yak! The former holds up to 500 gamblers, while up to 850 people can play Yak! The Hipódromo de las Américas can hold up to 10,000 spectators. Apart from a theme restaur...
Various museums in NYC - Guggenheim Museum, Cooper Hewitt Design Museum, Jewish Museum, Whitney Museum, Frick Collection, Pierpont Morgan Museum, Metropolitan Museum, Museum of Modern Art, the Cloisters.
The Stedelijk Museum (lit. City Museum) of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, is a museum for modern art. It is located at Museum Square (Dutch: Museumplein), close to the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum.
he collection of the former Parachute Regiment and Airborne Forces Museum at Aldershot has moved to the Imperial War museum at Duxford.
The museum is now called Airborne Assault Museum.
It can be found in hangar no. 1.
For the current visitor information, please visit the website of the museum: http://duxford.iwm.org.uk/.
Tower of the Americas is a 228.6 meter (750 feet) high observation tower with a restaurant in San Antonio, Texas. Tower of the Americas, designed by San Antonio architect O'Neil Ford, was built as the theme structure of the 1968 World's Fair, HemisFair '68.
On August 9, 1966, the bid for construction of the tower was let to Lyda-Lott, a joint venture between two general contracto...
Various museums in Washington DC - Museum of Natural History, National Building Museum, National Gallery Sculpture Garden, Museum of American History, Hirschorn Museum, Smithsonian Museum, and the Textile Museum.
This is an American art museum being built in Bentonville, Arkansas. It is founded by Alice Walton, daughter of Sam Walton and the design of the museum is from architect Moshe Safdie. The overlays and pictures are of the conceptual model of museum and surrounding area. According to the website, the museum should open in Fall/Winter of 2009. For more info go to http://www.crystalbridges.org