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Results found for: June 2014

30 Jun 2014
Carpeaux exhibition comes to Paris
A new exhibition focused on artist Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux has just opened in Paris, having been on show in New York earlier this year.&...
25 Jun 2014
Step into Ancient Egypt at new British Museum show
London is currently home to a fascinating slice of Ancient Egypt and Sudan, meaning visitors to the city may be able to feel like they&...
24 Jun 2014
New York exhibition on Charles James still going strong
The work of Charles James is under the spotlight in New York City at the moment, at the city's Metropolitan Museum.The exhibition, ...
Pop Art show opening in Sydney this November
Art-fan tourists heading to Sydney this winter may want to pop to the Art Gallery of New South Wales to take in some pop art.The galler...
16 Jun 2014
Cat cafes are here to stay
Cat cafes - when the concept first arrived in the UK many thought it was just a fad that would disappear as time went on. However, the...
12 Jun 2014
Egyptian minister urges European nations to lift travel ban
Hisham Zazou, the current Egyptian tourism minister, has urged European nations to re-think their travel advice relating to the country...
11 Jun 2014
Mobile museums hit the USA
The USA’s famous Greyhound bus service is marking 100 years with a rather unusual project - mobile museums. To celebrate a whole...
5 Jun 2014
Northern Ireland tourism campaign boosted by GoT star
The latest summer marketing campaign by the Northern Ireland Tourist Board (NITB) has received support from some famous faces, as well ...
4 Jun 2014
Brazilians prepare for World Cup fun
The World Cup is moving nearer all the time and despite suggestions that the country will not be ready in time, president Dilma Roussef...
3 Jun 2014
Heathrow T2 ready to open
Tomorrow (4 June) will see Heathrow’s new Terminal 2 open to the public with what officials have described as a ‘soft openi...