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Museum of Ancient Brick

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Museum of Ancient Brick

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nina z wrote a review Feb 2019
2 contributions1 helpful vote
this is located in the General Shale building. there is no sign directing you to the museum but if you go in the front door of the general shale building it is right there. The people were very knowledgeable. a small space but really interesting. One of the employees offered to
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Steven B wrote a review Sep 2018
Machu Picchu, Peru65 contributions14 helpful votes
They have bricks from all over the world here. One of them is probably one of the earliest ever produced by man. Thins museum give a different perspective on the lowly brick. How about heated walls?
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Date of experience: September 2018
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jinnyamabala wrote a review Sep 2018
jinnyamabala14 contributions16 helpful votes
Some reviewers have said it's not much. NOT TRUE. Yes, it is housed in three large glass cases, but there are probably 50 bricks. Even if there were but 10, you would want to see it. It's all a matter of what you know, I guess. For instance, there are bricks signed by
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Josh C wrote a review Jul 2016
Kingsport, Tennessee118 contributions39 helpful votes
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General Shale has placed a neat feature to their corporate office. It's not a large museum but it's free. It's free and worth the 10 minutes to go check it out. The corporate building is a architecture masterpiece on its own.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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Marian F wrote a review Jun 2016
Watertown, South Dakota94 contributions13 helpful votes
When you enter the General Shale building there are an interesting history display of bricks from all over the world! A quick tour for streching your legs!
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Date of experience: May 2016
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