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10 Museums Worldwide Women will Enjoy


The Vietnamese Women's Museum - Hanoi, VietNam
This 'ode to women' located in central Hanoi was founded in 1987. It houses a collection of more than 25,000 objects, photos and documents which reflect Vietnam's cultural diversity and women's significant contributions to the nation?s development. Highlighted are women's participation in the VietNam War, the role of female street vendors, original ethnic costumes, traditional handicrafts created by women as well as artifacts owned by famous Vietnamese women. P.S. For those travelling with kiddies there is a 'fun' play area to entertain the little ones. Website:

Susan B. Anthony Museum - Rochester, NY, USA
The National Susan B. Anthony Museum & House shares the story of suffragette, Susan B. Anthony?s lifelong struggle to gain voting rights for American women and equal rights for all. It's housed in the home she lived in and contains photographs, artifacts and research materials directly related to her life and work. P.S. When she travelled, Susan B. Anthony, was recognized by two trademarks: her red shawl and her alligator "purse." You can see the famous alligator bag she carried across the United States and to Europe when you visit this museum. Website:

Fashion at Victoria and Albert Museum - London, England
The fashion component of the Victoria and Albert Museum is a mini museum fully capable of standing on its own. Spanning four centuries, the V&A?s Fashion collection is the largest and most comprehensive collection of dress in the world. Key items in the collection include rare 17th-century gowns, 18th-century 'mantua' dresses, 1930s eveningwear, 1960s daywear and post-war couture. Add to these a growing number of pieces from 21st-century designers and every woman will come away with extraordinary Fashion 101 tidbits. P.S. You absolutely cannot leave this museum without taking time for a good browse in their museum shop. Website:

Bata Shoe Museum - Toronto, Canada
Women will almost certainly appreciate the treasures of this charming shoe museum. Founded by Sonia Bata, wife of Thomas Bata, founder of Bata Shoes, it houses hundreds of pairs of footwear (from a collection numbering over 10,000). Styles from 4,000 years of history range from Chinese bound foot shoes and ancient Egyptian sandals to chestnut-crushing clogs, glamourous platforms and shoes owned by modern day celebrities. A visit to the Bata Shoe Museum shop yields books about shoes, many objects in the shape of a shoe, or anything decorated with shoe images. Website:

Women's Museum - Dubai, United Arab, Emerates
Drats! None for men!This is the Middle East's first women's museum, founded in 2012 by Rafia Ghubash, one of the UAE's most influential women. "Women here were empowered a long time ago, but we haven't had a chance to tell our story," said Ghubash. "Don't think because we are covered we are not empowered,' she says. This new museum is a centre of documentation and exhibition which focuses on the historical and cultural roles of women in the UAE. It's concerned with every aspect of women's experience in literature, art, culture and heritage. It also aims to showcase the many facets of the daily lives of women of the UAE. This should make for a fascinating visit! Website:


Cowgirls In Museums...

Roy Rogers Archive

Located in Fort Worth, Texas, USA. "The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame honors and celebrates women, past and present, whose lives exemplify the courage, resilience, and independence that helped shape the American West, and fosters an appreciation of the ideals and spirit of self-reliance they inspire." Website:

In the 1940's and Fifties, cowgirl Dale Evans and her cowboy hubby, Roy Rogers starred in countless western movies. A collection documenting their work and life together is now available at the Autry Museum in Los Angeles. Click here to find out more P.S. The Autry Museum Store carries a vast array of unique items—from books to music to fine art—including a large selection of Native American jewelry, pottery, and baskets. We also offer a wide range of Western memorabilia, local artisans' work, toys, and gifts.

Image courtesy of High Noon Western Americana, Los Angeles


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