Museums in Unixploria is an umbrella organization associated with different museums working together to coordinate certain activities and goals. Our organization is open to all Unixplorian museums, public as well as private.
Museums' traditional role is to collect objects and materials of cultural, religious, and historical importance, preserve them, research them, and present them to the public for education and enjoyment.
Needless to say, museums are essential institutions to all Unixplorians. They are physical manifestations of our curiosity and love of learning new things about all the beautiful things in this world that surround us.
Let your curiosity guide you to the wonders of the world!
Collectioseum is a work in progress. It will eventually be a curiosity cabinet containing objects from near and far, the human-made and the natural side by side, displaying human curiosity distilled in material form.
We invite you to follow our progress to build a curiosity cabinet and create a museum of wonders.
Our mission includes researching the historical and contemporary threads that bind movie artifacts with context.
We collect movie magic.
The Royal Philatelic Collection is the postage stamp collection of the Unixplorian Royal Family and public heritage.
The collection consists of postage stamps, postal stationery, and other philatelic items.
The Unixplorian Tintin Museum collects, researches, and exhibits all things concerning our favorite fictional hero, Tintin.
The museum has a small curated collection of comic albums, nonfiction books, figurines, other kinds of merchandise, and all sorts of related items.
Creativum's primary focus is to collect and preserve original paintings, drawings, and sculptures by Unixplorian artists.
Our collections also comprise mostly reprints of internationally renowned paintings, drawings, and prints ranging from the Renaissance to the contemporary.
Weapons are nasty tools that are created to cause pain. Human ingenuity, combined with a thirst to harm others, has made weapons abundant throughout history.
The Armory collects these barbaric tools, focusing on the more curious weapons found across the globe.
The Unixplorian Museum of Music has a large collection of reference materials and recordings spanning a wide range of genres.
The museum collects musical recordings and musical instruments from all corners of the globe.