The American Sign Museum
I should say, the “new” American Sign Museum. Just recently moved into this larger space, they are better suited to grow and also to host special events. Several years ago I did a couple panos from the old space and I thought it would be appropriate to get a more comprehensive tour of the beautiful facility that they now have. This is a larger tour with 11 panoramic views and a few detail shots mixed in for good measure. I kept the panoramas at a higher resolution so that it is possible to zoom in bit to see more detail. This could cause the views to take a little longer to load depending on the connection speed you have. This is a very colorful place with lots of things to look at no matter which way you are facing.
Union Terminal was originally built as a railroad terminal and opened in 1933. It now houses the Museum Center. The rotunda of this architecturally significant building features the largest half-dome in the western hemishere, 180 feet wide and 106 feet high. Be sure to visit the Little Planets page to see the interesting projections of these two images.
The Museum Center at Union Terminal, Cincinnati, Ohio
Union Terminal Rotunda, largest half-dome in the western hemisphere
San Buenaventura Mission was the last of the California Missions founded by Blessed Junipero Serra.
San Buenaventura Mission in Ventura, California
Also known as “The Queen of the Missions.” This was the 10th of 21 Franciscan missions that shaped much of the history of California. I have created 6 panos of this beautiful Mission see all of them here.
Here are some panos from the quaint south eastern Indiana town of Metamora. Also featured are some views of the Duck Creek Aquaduct, perhaps the only functioning aquaduct in the USA. The aquaduct carries the restored canal boat “Ben Franklin” with passengers over the Duck Creek. There are a lot of small shops and galleries here and with several festivals and special events during the year it is a good place to spend a relaxing day or two.
Metamora Main Street
Duck Creek Aquaduct
Inside The Aquaduct