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The World's Craziest Buses

Buses are vehicles that many of us tend to take for granted. We hop on and hop off as necessary without giving them a second glance other than to check we are on the right one. However, not all buses are the same…in fact, the world is full of strange and pretty crazy buses that would definitely have you looking twice. These are just the craziest buses! If you think that buses are nothing to write home about, think again. While this might be true of the average bus, the buses below are anything but average. Some of the craziest buses in the world include: The Phantom Fighter Engine Bus: Located in the USA, you will find the perfect bus for speed freaks. This is a bus that combines a standard yellow school bus with a Phantom fighter engine to create a vehicle that can reach speeds of over 360 MPH. Auto Tram Extra Grand: Based in Germany, this is the centipede of buses. This gigantic bus comes in three segments and is more than 100 feet long – so it could take you a while if you like to sit at the back of the bus.   The Topsy Turvey Bus: This bus is not just a bus – it’s art on wheels. Looking from the ground up it looks like a standard yellow school bus. However, on top of the bus is another bus, which is upside down like a mirror image, complete with wheels in the air.   The Platinum Plus: If you thought there was no such thing as luxury bus travel, think again. This...

Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art: Immerse Yourself in Contemporary Culture at SMoCA

Art lovers and students alike will want to take a trip to the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art (SMoCA) to enjoy the exhibitions, the SMoCA Lounge and to be a part of one of the many performances that are held there. The SMoCA works hard to bring a mixture of contemporary art to its visitors and this really shows through in the layout of the building and the exhibitions that are chosen. The SMoCA is open 7 days per week and each Thursday visitors will be able to benefit from free entry. The SMoCA is not just dedicated to contemporary art; it also celebrates architecture and stunning design, making it the ideal place for budding designers to visit. The exhibitions that have run in the SMoCA include: ‘The Most of’ Lit Lounge which is held on stage in the Lit Lounge and features performances Shaz Bennett, Kim Potter, Molly McCloy and many more, the Summer Opening Celebration which is a free event held once per year to showcase new exhibitions and Edible Stories which is an interesting look at the world of food and its place in our culture. If you are the kind of person who likes to explore different themes and ideas within art and design you will get a lot from a visit to SMoCA. You will love the laid back and relaxed atmosphere which encourages thought and creativity. If this is a place you have never thought of going to before it is time to get it on your ‘To visit’ list. If you would like to bring your groups to the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art...
The Children’s Museum of Phoenix: Your Kids will Love Exploring the Interactive Exhibits! (Phoenix, AZ)

The Children’s Museum of Phoenix: Your Kids will Love Exploring the Interactive Exhibits! (Phoenix, AZ)

It is a well known fact that children will learn more through play and getting involved with activities, which is why all children love the Children’s Museum of Phoenix. All of the interactive exhibits inside the museum have been carefully designed with children in mind. There are more than 10 different exhibits and areas to have fun in and as soon as children see what is going on around them they just can’t wait to explore. There are exhibits for all ages which means that everyone will get something from their visit. For younger children there is the Place for Threes and Younger, the Noodle Forest (which is filled with soft foam ‘noodles’ hanging from the ceiling), Ian’s Corner where transport takes on new forms, and The Grand Ballroom: Rock and Roll. Older children always love role playing in the Market: Role Play Paradise, climbing the Schuff-Perini Climber, the Texture Cafe where everything is child sized, Woosh – an interlinking set of tubes that balls can be rolled through, Pedal Power where they can ride bikes and tricycles to understand balance, Building Big and so much more. With so many different exhibits and areas to learn and have fun in it is no wonder that people can spend hours here. While you are in the museum you can speak to any of the Art Studio Assistants of the Playologists if you need any help and they will be more than happy to assist you. If you have children who love to play and learn, this is the place to be. If you would like to bring your groups to the...

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