Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Dougmeister, Feb 19, 2020.
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It is very common for museums to rotate their displays every couple of years. Especially if they have a vast collection and limited space to display it. There's usually a permanent display (the "wow" coins that Garrett mentions), but the museum will refresh things to tell a new story and create interest. This is also to get people coming back - you wouldn't want to go see the same thing over and over, you want to see something new.
I will say, it's a great collection and they did a really nice job with the selection. It could use more lighting though (maybe they fixed that). You could barely see some of the coins because it was so dark.
I'm interested in going to the updated Air and Space Museum... they were really overhauling that sucker.
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