Museum Access launches “Museum Access Travels” blog
Museum Access Media, LLC, is pleased to announce the launch of a new blog called “Museum Access Travels” to supplement its popular television series. Enjoy even more museum content with expert insights and tips on museums featured in the program and many additional museums.
The Museum Access series, executive produced and hosted by Leslie Mueller and Museum Access Media, LLC, is currently shooting its third season, slated to air in spring 2020 on public television stations nationwide then on Amazon Prime. The “Museum Access Travels” blog gives fans another way to regularly engage with Leslie as she shares her ideas and travel stories.
“There are so many behind-the-scenes stories that end up on the cutting room floor! It’s difficult to choose what stories will make the final broadcast edit. We have so much material to work with, and unfortunately, it doesn’t all fit into the 30-minute show format,” said Mueller. “Our new blog gives us a way to share more of the high-quality content our expert sources provide, plus it gives us an opportunity to share museums that are not in our line-up but are still worth a visit!”
In addition to fun, off-camera moments with our museum experts, blog topics include tips on how to choose which museums to visit, how to prepare for and make the most of museum visits, the benefits of museum membership and much more. Just in time for the holiday season, “Museum Access Travels” will also recommend educational toys and items that are ideal for gift-giving.
There are more than 35,000 museums in the United States. Each year, more people visit museums than attend all major sporting events and theme parks combined. “’Museum Access Travels’ will help museum-goers make smart choices about their visits. This blog will complement the series and give fans more of the special access info they love,” added Mueller.
Remember to watch Museum Access, where every visit is an adventure. Both Season 1 and Season 2 are available on Amazon Prime and continue to air on public television stations nationwide. Check local PBS station listings for air dates and times. Sign up for The Museum Access Insider newsletter, filled with fun facts, museum news, and photos. Educational toys and stylish travel bags curated by the Museum Access team, as well as DVDs and other learning tools, are also available on the website.
Source = Museum Access Media