March 26-29 I’ll be in Washington D.C. for ApollyCon. ApollyCon is annual, multi-day reader event featuring Young Adult, New Adult, and Adult authors, panel programming, and social events, owned by #1 New York Times & Internationally Best-selling author, Jennifer L. Armentrout. This will be my first time, and I’m really excited. I’m particularly looking forward to the HUGE 3 hour long book signing with so many great authors(check out the lineup HERE). As I’ve said before, I love meeting my fans and I’ll have ample opportunity to hang out with my readers at this conference.
Another reason I’m excited about my trip? Washington D.C. has the Smithsonian Institute with over 11 museums. I particularly love the Natural History Museum and the Air and Space Museum. I’d love to visit the new National Museum of African American History and Culture, too. I’ve heard really wonderful things about it. Hopefully, I’ll have time to also see the International Spy Museum. I bet that’s interesting. I like museums that are a little weird or quirky. Don’t you? Did you know there are two Museums of Death? One in Hollywood and one in New Orleans. I’ve always wanted to visit the Mutter Museum in Philadelphia. It’s a museum of medical history is filled with creepy body parts, anatomical specimens, and skulls. Yup, there are a lot of weird museums out there. There’s even a Museum of Bad Art in Massachusetts, Toilet Seat Museum in San Antonio and Museum of Funeral History right here in Houston (and it’s actually really interesting).
Have you been to any weird museums? What is your favorite museum (weird or otherwise)?