A growing number of American museums have taken a different approach to their exhibitions, focusing instead on documenting the history of the US.
The Smithsonian, the National Museum of African American History and Culture and the National Air and Space Museum all take an independent approach to what they do, and that is reflected in the fact that the US has more than 3,000 museums.
The museums also focus on themes such as the history and culture of the region, as well as the people who created the nation and how that shapes the lives of today’s Americans.
Some museums are less focused on preserving and protecting their historical heritage, instead focusing on creating new experiences and exhibitions.
These include the National Endowment for the Humanities, which oversees more than $3 billion in funding.
These funds allow museums to use new technology and materials to make new exhibitions, and often feature artists and cultural leaders in the field.
The National Endowments for the Arts, the largest funding source for museums, also supports programs that educate and promote the arts.
Many of the programs, such as an exhibit about the impact of AIDS on African Americans, are not open to the public.