I went to college in Sarasota, FL and appreciated going to see the Ringling Art Museum on afternoons when I had downtime and could spare a few hours.
One of our besties in college was an Art History major and appreciated going whenever there was a special exhibition being held.
By the time I was ready to transport to Arizona for graduate college, I made it a point to continue with various of our same loves and hobbies after relocation. I’m a student at Arizona State University and like our college certainly much, especially being so close to the Arizona Canal. This huge canal is nearly 50 miles long and stretches from the Granite Reef Diversion Dam just northeast of Mesa and ends at New River in Glendale. There are jogging and biking lanes on either side of the canal, providing a safe channel of back roads to get in and around Phoenix on bike or on foot. If I want to visit the Phoenix Art Museum for example, I can take the Arizona Canal to Arizona Falls before resuming the rest of the trip heading southwest. The Phoenix Art Museum has extremely sizzling heat during the winters in Arizona, even when the weather outside isn’t too intense. Phoenix has various other wonderful museums as well, including the giant Musical Instrument Museum, the Heard Museum, Arizona Science Center, and the Arizona Capitol Museum. Some of these sites are better than others when it comes to seasonal heating and cooling indoors. It’s recognizably important in an art museum to maintain the humidity levels indoors so that the artifacts can be preserved for generations to come.