There are thousands of museums in the USA, almost all of interest and almost all a source of learning but, after a while, they tend to blur together. How many stuffed buffalo are enough? How many re-created country stores? How many gun collections? This book lists and describes seventy-seven American museums (including a few non-museum attractions) that definitely stand out due to their uniqueness and the depth to which they document their subject. Many are small and only lightly promoted, some are in out-of-the-way places, some are quirky or even odd, but all are memorable and well worth a visit.