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ET’S OWN HOME

Built for space travel but never flown, this orange 66,000-pound, 15-story-tall aluminum phallic tank is actually the world’s last fully functional space shuttle external tank (ET) and it now calls LA its home.    

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LAWS RAILROAD MUSEUM & HISTORIC SITE: BISHOP, CA

The rich history of Owens Valley and the Eastern Sierra is preserved at this former railroad station & settlement outside of Bishop, CA.      

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BORAX VISITORS CENTER: BORON, CA

Overlooking California’s largest open-pit mine and the largest borax mine in the world, the Borax Visitor Center includes a museum, gift shop and an original 20 mule team wagon that once ferried borax out of Death Valley from 1883 to […]

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NEW YORK TRANSIT MUSEUM: BROOKLYN, NY

Housed within a former subway station in downtown Brooklyn, this underground institution guides visitors through the evolution of one of the largest transportation systems in the world.    

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ENCOUNTERS: U.F.O. EXPERIENCE

Did you know that aliens invaded Anaheim earlier this year? Well they did and Straynger Ranger was there to document it all.  

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OREGON STATE HOSPITAL MUSEUM OF MENTAL HEALTH

Located in the original 1883 Kirkbride Building that once held the Oregon State Insane Asylum, this museum preserves the artifacts and stories of those who worked and lived there during its 130 years of operation.

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MORBID ANATOMY MUSEUM: BROOKLYN, NY

Morbid Curiosities in Brooklyn’s industrial Gowanus district.      

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BROAD LODE

By now you have either been to The Broad or at least felt like you’ve been to it after watching this weeks coverage of its grand debut in DTLA. If you haven’t been, stop here and go see it for […]

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VALLEY RELICS

Like oh my god, there’s a totally tubular place in Chatsworth that celebrates everything that was rad about The San Fernando Valley, you know like, THE VALLEY.      

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HERITAGE SQUARE

Established in 1969 in response to the rapid destruction of historic landmarks and neighborhoods, Heritage Square is the place where LA’s threatened historic homes can finally find permanent refuge.      

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