The Japanese American Museum currently has an exhibit on Polynesian culture. It features photographs of how a tattoo is applied, the people involved in the process, and the ones tattooed. Its ongoing from now till 1/8/2017!
For more information you can check out this link
Photos of the replica caves from the Cave Temples exhibit. The reason behind the replicas is to educate as well as help preserve the sites from wear and tear. When you visit make sure to get the tickets asap to see it, then go to the exhibit at the Research Institute to see artifacts from the site and to learn more about the history of the site as well as conservation efforts.
Pictures are not allowed in the Research Institute but my favorite item is the Pilgrims letter of introduction/passport. It is written in multiple languages and in my opinion one of the more unique items. The conservation section covers how they preserve the site, shows the materials used and samples on how the temples were constructed.
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Mojave Desert | National Preserve | Kelso Depot Visitor Center
Located on the 2nd Floor of the Kelso Depot Visitor Center is an exhibit about the railroad development/expansion in the U.S. It features equipment used, maps, posters/advertisements used to promote travel and some rooms restored as exhibits.