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  • Museums
    • Air Crash Museum
        • "Went out to feed the cattle and to my surprise, my lawn was full of bodies, just a gatherin' up the flies. A big ol' jet liner had dropped from out of the sky. Well, I was so darn happy that I couldn't believe my eyes. We're gonna stuff 'em, put 'em on display, 'tween Patsy Cline, Buddy Holly, loadin' up my tractor, gonna take the bodies inside. Betty Lou will bring the sawdust, and I've got the formaldehyde, I'm callin' up my neighbors, tTell 'em all to drop by. A body stuffin' party, and we'll bake some kidney pie. We're gonna stuff 'em, put 'em on display, 'tween Patsy Cline, Buddy Holly. We'll have our own Air crash museum, people lined for miles, just to see 'em. Jim Croce's in the corner, the Big Bopper's by the stairs. Ricky Nelson's in the kitchen, but nobody cares. (song Air Crash Museum)
    • The Alco-Hall of Fame
        • A museum at the Duff Days beer festival, featuring famous drunk animatronic historical figures including Babe Ruth and Ben Franklin. (Season 11 episode Pygmoelion)
    • The Ancient Gallery
        • Song: The End. The killer awoke before dawn, he put his boots on. He took a face from the ancient gallery and he walked on down the hall.
    • The Bad Place Hall of Fame
        • Where Michael hopes they'll hang his picture once he pulls off his experiment, right next to the guy that invented bees with teeth. (Season 2 episode Dance Dance Resolution)
    • Bajoran Central Archives
        • Odo checks with the Bajoran Archives, learning that they do have a Marritza on record as being a filing clerk at the forced labor camp Gallitep. He also checks with the military academy on Kora II, learning that Marritza has been teaching filing there, just as he claims. (Season 1 episode Duet) Kira is contacted regarding a study on the Elemspur Detention Center for the Bajoran Central Archives because their records indicate that Kira was there, though she has no recollection of ever having been there. (Season 3 episode Second Skin)
    • Baldwin Museum Of Science
        • A fictional company in the documentation and training material for Microsoft products.
    • Barbie Museum
        • Museum where Randy and his family stop, a museum memorializing infamous SS Klaus Barbie, not the Barbie doll.
    • Bill's Secret Repository Of Tasty Ted-bits And Fond Ted-memberances
        • Joke Bill makes to recently departed coworker Ted's friend. "Then walk this way through the gates of Ted-dom into Bill's secret repository of tasty Ted-bits and fond Ted-memberances.” (Season 4 episode Copy Machine)
    • Bisque Museum
        • Near apartment building where Green Arrow goes looking for The Doll Maker.
    • Bowlers Hall Of Fame
        • Museum in St. Louis, Missouri that Marge mentions, from Simpson family vacation featuring a car shaped like a giant bowing pin. (Season 2 episode Principal Charming)
    • The Bra Museum
        • Joke June makes to Kase when Kase is working on her giant superbra. (Season 1 episode Another Place)
    • Brooklyn Museum of Industry
        • Captain Holt and his new assistant Gordon attend the barrel-making exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum of Industry. (Season 6 episode The Honeypot)
    • The Canal Days Museum
        • Temporary museum set up in Bassey Park during Derry's Canal Days Festival.
    • Chico Museum Of History
        • John's girlfriend is a tour guide at the Chico Museum of History. There is a history museum in Chico, California, but it is just called the Chico History Museum.
    • Childrarium
        • Learning center attraction for children at the Springfield Museum of Natural History. (Season 2 episode Lisa's Substitute)
    • Comedians Hall Of Fame
        • At the Gotham City Museum of Modern Art. episode The joker is wild.
    • Crying Land
        • On the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King, there's a shrine for the Crying Man in Memphis. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Dame Gervin's Misshapen Celebrity Castle
        • Museum in Indiana, where Madame Tussaud sends all of its failed wax figures, and if you can figure out who it is, you get to take it home. (Season 3 episode Indianapolis)
    • DeJong Museum
        • Museum mentioned in San Francisco Chronicle newspaper article featuring a ninja sword exhibit - updated to actual DeYoung Museum in the following issue (Issue #84 Converging Destinies)
    • Doc Hudson Racing Museum
        • Museum in Radiator Springs dedicated where Lightning and Mater hang out when Lightning returns home after winning his 4th Piston Cup.
    • The Esmerelda Bing International Doll Museum
        • Niles asks Frasier to donate money to a charity ball, but when it comes time for Frasier to write the check, Niles mentions a film museum (Season 4 episode Roz's Turn)
    • Flugelheim Museum
        • Museum in Gotham City where the Joker set a trap for Vicki and vandalized artwork until Batman arrived to rescue Vicki.
    • G. McFetridge Planetarium
        • Planetarium where Gregory Stark has a heart attack - and Gloria saves him. Actually restaurant and museum called Vista House near Portland, Oregon.
    • Golden State Natural History Museum
        • Home of the Hugo Reyes Paleontology Wing, a lasting beacon of culture that bears the name of one of the city's greatest benefactors. (Season 6 episode Everybody Loves Hugo)
    • The Grandma Simpson Peace Museum and Kid-teractive Learnatorium
        • Mr. Burns converts the C. Montgomery Burns Germ Warfare Lab as part of a ruse to trick Homer's mother Mona into lying so she will be sent back to prison. (Season 15 episode My Mother the Carjacker)
    • Hall Of Fabulous Jewels
        • At the Gotham City Museum of Modern Art. episode The joker is wild.
    • Hall of Heroes
        • Klingon Museum, where Worf and For mention having statues of themselves erected when they bring home the Sword of Kahless. (Season 4 episode The sword of Kahless)
    • Hall of History
        • Small museum room in the Grand Hotel where Richard Collier discovers and falls in love with, an old photograph of famous American theater actress Elise McKenna.
    • Hall of Records
        • Mr. Pip takes Rocky to the Hall of Records, reading him a list of all of his crimes, including organizing a street gang called the Angels when he was eight years old. (episode A Nice Place to Visit)
    • Hall Of Thinkers
        • Fake museum that the guys from the new morning show Carlos and the Chicken mention when they prank call Frasier, telling him he won the Radio Therapist of the Year Award (Season 7 episode Radio Wars)
    • The Hall of Warriors
        • Ancient meeting hall near the present headquarters of the Klingon Defense Forces on Ty'Gokor. (Season 5 episode Apocalypse Rising)
        • Arne Darvin's plan to kill James T. Kirk ends with a statue of himself with Kirk's head in his hands in the KlingonHall of Warriors. (Season 5 episode Trials and Tribble-ations)
    • The Haven Moose Farm
        • Museum the chief recommends to Agent Parker in season 1 episode 2 Butterfly.
    • Head Museum
        • New New York's interactive exhibit of history's most important people in head jars. Free on Tuesdays.
    • Hollywood Auto Museum
        • Museum in Hollywood featuring the Munster Mobile, the Monkee Mobile, the Bat Mobile, the Dukes of Hazzard's General Lee, the Road Warrior car and Herbie. (Season 11 episode Beyond Blunderdome)
    • Homer's Museum of Hollywood Jerks
        • Homer's tour he comes up with after being rejected by Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger when they are staying in Springfield. "Step right up and see the world's greatest mobile collection of Alec-and-Ron-and-Kimorabilia!" (Season 10 episode When You Dish Upon a Star)
    • Institute Of Tolerance
        • The museum Dane's friend's father works - where they go to get the electric chair to swap for the monkey.
    • Jordan Collier Museum of Contemporary Art
        • Art museum that replaces the 440 Center in Tom and Alana's alternate reality. (Season 2 episode Life Interrupted)
    • Kelvin Memorial Archive
        • Officially a Starfleet archive containing publicly accessible data, but secretly a Section 31 facility.
    • Los Angeles County Historical and Art Museum
        • Headquarters of the goth rock vampire band Stoker on the vampire world. (Season 3 episode Stoker)
    • Louvre: American Style
        • Art gallery where Homer's failed BBQ Pit Kit is displayed. "Inside: Outsider Art
" (Season 10 episode Mom and Pop Art)
    • Lowell Mather's House O' Wax
        • Wax museum Lowell buys when he inherits some money (Season 6 episode The Waxman Cometh)
    • Madam Soliel's Wax Museum
        • Episode Give 'em the Axe. Riddler seeks to plunder the Lost Treasure of the Incas. The Caped Crusaders are drugged, tied up and suspended over a vat of boiling wax by the Riddler's Remote Control Enormous Candle Dipper, facing doom at Madam Soliel's Wax museum.
    • Maggie Beckett Museum and Birthplace
        • Museum on the world where Maggie's counterpart was a famous astronaut. (Season 5 episode The Return of Maggie Beckett)
    • Marchand's Wax Museum
        • Martin Senescu becomes part of the new exhibit after killing his wife, her brother and his best friend and former employer Mr. Ferguson. (Episode The New Exhibit)
    • Maritime Museum New record added 7/21/2021
        • In order to power his P.R.I.D.E. Generator, global economist Dr. Eric Paulson of the Paulson Foundation sends his goons to the Nassau County Science Exposition to steal Technafoil, where they encounter Spider-Man. Dr. Paulson’s goons then transport to the Maritime Museum to steal the gem known as the Windstone, where they encounter Captain Marvel. (Issue #142 Foiled)
    • The Maximegalon Museum Of Diseased Imaginings
        • Museum. "The bath stood on a six foot pedestal of rough hewn blue water crystal and was of a baroque monstrosity not often seen outside the Maximegalon Museum of Diseased Imaginings."
    • Miami Art Museum
        • Lila mentions children's exhibit as an activity for Rita's kids. (Season 2 episode There's Something About Harry)
    • Mildred Barry Memorial Center For The Arts
        • The letter was from the Festival's chairman, Fred T. Barry. He was respectful, almost reverent about Kilgore Trout. He beseeched him to be one of several distinguished out-of-town participants in the Festival, which would last for five days. It would celebrate the opening of the Mildred Barry Memorial Center for the Arts in Midland City.
    • The Mildred Barry Memorial Center For The Arts
        • Reverend Harrell said it was sad that Celia had not lived to see the completion of the Mildred Barry Memorial Center for the Arts in Sugar Creek, but that her performance in Katmandu was proof that the arts were important in Midland City before the center was built. He declared that the most important arts centers a city could have were human beings, not buildings. He called attention to me again. "There in the back sits an arts center named ‘Rudy Waltz,' ” he said.
    • Morgan Chase Museum
        • Where Monica signs her and Chandler up to be married without telling Chandler.
    • The Museum Of Art
        • Sam reads an ad for the Museum of Art in the opening scene of the movie.
    • The Museum Of Barnyard Oddities
        • After dropping Abe Simpson off at the Springfield Retirement Castle, the Simpsons brainstorm a more exciting place to take him next week. Bart suggests The Museum of Barnyard Oddities. (Season 2 episode Old Money)
    • Museum Of Custodial Arts
        • Featuring the steamy pipe exhibit, the hall of perfectly clean surfaces, and the room full of mannequins dressed as custodians. From season 6 episode 11.
    • Museum of Fame
        • Batman and Robin burst through a picture of themselves that hangs in the Museum of Fame to surprise The Riddler.
    • The Museum Of Fart
        • Cut from final version of movie, seen on DVD bonus features.
    • Museum of Global & Local Communities
        • Museum where Marc and Claudia have their "first" date. (Season 2 episode Try, Try)
    • Museum of Great Britain
        • Where Killmonger and Klaue steal a Wakandan axe made from Vibanium. Actually the High Museum of Art in Atlanta.
    • The Museum Of Human Misery
        • Torture museum in the Bad Place, featuring famous examples of bad behavior and explanations of the torture they earned. (Season 2 episode Rhonda, Diana, Jake and Trent)
    • Museum Of Industrial Design
        • Home of the world's most comfortable chair. From episode Evil Sits Down For A Moment.
    • Museum Of Knives And Fire
        • Joke Ross makes when Rachel tells him she doesn't want him to take Emma to the playground. (Season 10 episode The One With the Home Study)
    • The Museum Of Miniatures
        • Museum Elaine mentions, where Jerry won't go with her, but Kevin, the Bizarro Jerry, will. (Season 8 episode The Bizarro Jerry)
    • Museum of Modern Bart
        • Bart creates a museum in his treehouse to show off his $1000 bill, complete with gift shop selling T-shirts and Bartforum magazine. (Season 15 episode The Regina Monologues)
    • Museum Of Prehistoric History
        • Museum where Ross works in New York City. (Season 1 episode The One With the Sonogram at the End)
    • The Museum of Really Modern Art
        • Michelle and Fry visit the Museum of Really Modern Art, with artwork is on the stomachs of lots of fat men. (episode The Cryonic Woman)
    • Museum Of Sandpaper
        • Building Luke Perry crashes through when he gets shot out of a cannon during Krusty's Komeback Special. (Season 4 episode Krusty Gets Kancelled)
    • Museum Of Skin Disorders
        • Museum that The Tick mentions taking the mole-men to while they're visiting The City in Season 1 episode The Tick Vs. The Mole-Men.
    • Museum of Stuffed Animalsa
        • Homer as Paul Bunyan empties out the Museum of Stuffed Animals to impress Marge, from the Singing Hobo's Paul Bunyan story. (Season 12 episode Simpson Tall Tales)
    • Museum of Suffering New record added 7/11/2021
        • Marge hangs out with the Cheery Red Tomatoes, eating dinner at Johnny Fiestas, visiting the Museum of Suffering and going skydiving. (Season 17 episode The Last of the Red Hot Mamas)
    • Museum Of Tolerance Of Alcohol
        • Joke Blake makes (Season 2 episode Teenage Mutant Ninja Roommates)
    • The Museum of TV and Television
        • Troy McClure hosts a TV special called the Simpsons Spin-Off Showcase from the Museum of TV and Television. (Season 8 episode Simpsons' Spin-Off Showcase) The Museum of Television and TV. Springfield Elementary School field trip. "Free Emmy to first thousand visitors" (Season 15 episode Milhouse Doesn't Live Here Anymore)
    • Museum of Urine
        • Korvo and Terry sneak into the Museum of Urine and pour nanobots into the local water supply in order to figure out why the local residents don’t like them. (Season 1 episode The Unstable Grey Hole)
    • National Gramodisc Archives
        • Job Alex gets after being cured. Alex: "Also I had by far the best job of all we four, being in the National Gramodisc Archives on the music side with a real horrorshow carman full of pretty polly at the week's end and a lot of nice free discs for my own malenky self on the side."
    • National Treasure Museum
        • Museum next door to the Berlin National Theater that Dominic and Constantine rob while the Muppets perform at the theater.
    • New York History Agency
        • Museum where future historian George Miller works, overseeing the Middle Twentieth Century exhibit.
    • Past Lives Pavilion
        • Attraction in Judgment City where the recently dead are able to see themselves in their past lives.
    • Pavilion Of The Arts
        • Billy drove through a scene of even greater desolation. It looked like Dresden after it was fire-bombed-like the surface of the moon. The house where Billy had grown up used to be somewhere in what was so empty now. This was urban renewal. A new Ilium Government Center and a Pavilion of the Arts and a Peace Lagoon and high-rise apartment buildings were going up here soon. That was all right with Billy Pilgrim.
    • Peabody Museum of Natural History
        • Museum where Mr. Burns and Larry's mother Lily sneak in and express their love physically under the smiling eyes of four stuffed Eskimos, as was the style of the time. (Season 8 episode Burns, Baby Burns)
    • Pierce Hawthorne Museum Of Gender Sensitivity And Sexual Potency
        • Mentioned by hologram of Pierce in season 5 episode 1.
    • Rolo Haynes' Black Museum
        • Museum of technological crime artifacts (Season 4 episode Black Museum)
        • Q and Vash bicker over several of their past encounters, including Vash being barred from the Royal Museum of Epsilon Hydra VII, Vash being declared persona non grata on Betazed, Vash being wanted dead on Myrmidon for stealing the Crown of the First Mother, Q almost getting her killed on Erriakang VII, and the people of Brax calling Q The God of Lies. (Season 1 episode Q-Less)
    • The Samuel Claggert Memorial Private Museum
        • Museum featuring 98% blatant junk, home of a Delver mirror. Guided tours on the hour - admission $1.00 Adults, $.50 Children. (story The Reaper's Image)
    • Santa Cruz Contemporary Art Museum
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    • Schäfer Sicherheitsdienst
        • Loki goes to a museum gala in Stuttgart, Germany looking for Iridium to stabilize the Tesseract-created portal. Building exterior filmed at the Aperture Center Building in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
    • Springfield Air and Space Museum
        • Mr. Burns rents out the museum for his employees in order to announce the cancellation of the prescription drug plan. "Welcome Springfield Nuclear Plant Employees!" (Season 16 episode Midnight Rx)
    • Springfield Museum
        • The Springfield Cat Burglar steals the world's largest cubic zirconia. (Season 5 episode Homer the Vigilante)
    • Springfield Museum of Natural History
        • Also called Springfield Natural History Museum, local museum in Springfield from various episodes.
        • Local museum in Springfield mentioned on TV news report: "A fire in Springfield rages through Symphony Hall, The Springfield Museum of Natural History, The Springfield Arts Center and Barney's Bowlarama." (Season 1 episode Moaning Lisa)
        • Museum closing in two weeks due to a lack of interest that Lisa's substitute recommends. (Season 2 episode Lisa's Substitute)
        • Museum where Principal Skinner goes looking for a truant Bart Simpsons. (Season 5 episode The Boy Who Knew Too Much)
        • "Now hiring stuffers" (Season 9 episode Lisa the Skeptic)
        • Lisa visits the museum and planetarium. "Now with multi-ethnic cavemen" (Season 14 episode 'Scuse Me While I Miss the Sky)
        • Losing the family's genius title to Maggie, Lisa moves into the Springfield Natural History Museum. "Families welcome - the Neanderthal now has now wang!" (Season 15 episode Smart & Smarter)
    • Springfield Natural History Museum New record added 7/28/2021
        • In Moe's story, Snake arrives in town after finding buried treasure while excavating a Mayan pyramid. (Season 17 episode The Seemingly Never Ending Story)
    • Springfield Palace of Fine Arts
        • Mr. Burns' donation provides for a new wing of the building, where Marge's portrait of him is unveiled. (Season 2 episode Brush With Greatness)
    • Springfield Stamp Museum
        • When the neighborhood protests construction of a stamp museum, the decision is made to build it on the site of Springfield Cemetery, and relocate the cemetery to the Simpsons' neighborhood. (Season 17 episode The Girl Who Slept Too Little)
    • Springfield Wax Museum
        • Lisa gets a wax statue after becoming Little Miss Springfield when Amber Dempsey gets struck by lightning. (Season 4 Lisa the Beauty Queen) The Beatles and the original cast of MASH melt in the heat of summer. (Season 6 episode Bart of Darkness)
    • Springsonian Museum
        • Museum in Springfield, host of the new Treasures of Isis exhibit that Lisa wants to attend. (Season 9 episode Lost Our Lisa)
    • Terry Faith Museum
        • Terry Faith Cosmetic-themed museum (Season 1 episode Keepin' the Faith)
    • The Dandlin Annex
        • Vince Vaughn stays in an art exhibit because all the hotels are booked in Berlin. Business Man 42!
    • The Turd Museum
        • "They have some fantastic shit there. Some of that crap's worth a lot of money." (HBO Special On Location)
    • The U.S.S. Sea Spanker Naval Museum
        • Bart's new boy band The Party Posse performs on a retired aircraft carrier turned museum docked at the Springfield Squidport. (Season 12 episode New Kids on the Blecch)
    • Wax Museum
        • Generic wax museum in the vision Ned has when movie star Sara Sloane asks him to move to Hollywood with her. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again) Before choosing to visit a dude ranch to escape the song that Homer wrote about Ned Flanders, the Simpsons consider other vacation destinations, including the Denzel Washington Monument, the Wax Museum, a Balloon Ride, Colonial Phoenix and Walter Gropius's Bauhaus Village. (Season 14 episode Dude, Where's My Ranch?)
    • Wilson Heights Museum
        • Museum in the Wilson Heights neighborhood in Metropolitan City. The police use an antique diamond heading to a museum as bait to catch the Wilson Heights Gang.

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