Stories from the Vaults

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  • Ever wondered what’s hiding behind the scenes of America’s most renowned museum complex? Find out as host Tom Cavanagh (Eli Stone, Ed) takes viewers beyond the exhibit halls on an insider’s tour of the private rooms, high-tech vaults and cutting-edge labs of the Smithsonian Institution, revealing some of the amazing artifacts and rarely-seen treasures that visitors can’t see! Boast

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Ever wondered what’s hiding behind the scenes of America s most renowned museum complex? Find out as host Tom Cavanagh (Eli Stone, Ed) takes viewers beyond the exhibit halls on an insider’s tour of the private rooms, high-tech vaults and cutting edge labs of the Smithsonian Institution, revealing some of the amazing artifacts and rarely seen treasures that visitors can t see! Boasting more than 342,000 square feet of storage space and more than 31 million items in j… More >>

Stories from the Vaults

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3 Comments
  1. Stories from the Vault is a great video showing how things end up in museums. Sounds somewhat boring, but with Tom Cavaunagh hosting the show, anything could happen in a hilarious adventure. Can’t wait for season 2!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. I wasn’t quite sure what to expect from these 30-minute segments – or as Tom Cavanaugh as host. What I got was much more than expected: a fun, fast look behind the scenes of the nation’s most prestigious museum. Learn about magic lanterns, Phyllis Diller’s thousand-joke card catalog, taxidermy, and more.

    I was really impressed. Cavanaugh kept the content from becoming too boring. He is lively, and his bounce is the perfect balance to the quiet personalities behind the museum.

    These are short and easy to watch – perfect for home schoolers, or those who like tidbits of trivia. Definitely worth the watch.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. The host seems intelligent enough, but he seems to think that his constant patter of silly humor makes the content more appealing. It doesn’t. I think he could be a good host and guide, however, he needs to tone it down and remember that the content he is presenting is more important than his charming, fun-filled personality. As my wife said, “The subject matter was good, but he needs to stop bouncing off the walls.”
    Rating: 3 / 5

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