Road Trip 2010: CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman stops in on the National Cryptologic Museum and sees a bit of the history of codes and codebreaking.
Road Trip 2010: No visit to the nation's capital would be complete for any self-respecting geek without a chance to see some of the most important air and spacecraft in history.
Road Trip 2011: From Professor Porsche's earliest designs for his first employers to his own company's million-dollar creations, the modern masterpiece of showmanship in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen, Germany is worth any car fan's time.
Road Trip 2011: Located adjacent to BMW headquarters and the uber-modern BMW Welt, this homage to eight-plus decades of car-making is a must-see for any real fan of the famous Germany brand.
Located on Ford Island, the Pacific Aviation Museum houses some of the most famous aircraft from WWII, Korea, the Cold War, and more. Check out this full tour.
William Kentridge's brilliant "The Refusal of Time" combines large multiscreen videos and eight-channel audio to great effect.
Who can resist climbing a bus hanging off a building? CNET Road Trip 2013 visited the City Museum in St. Louis, and packed with secret tunnels and giant whales, it's unlike any other museum.
The Petersen Automotive Museum has hundreds of incredible cars, but many have never been seen by the public. Behold the Vault, where they house classics from over 100 years of automotive history that can't fit in the museum itself. Here's a tour with tons of pictures.
Indiana Jones would approve of the Mini Museum. Fragments of dinosaur bones, meteorites, famous landmarks, and other fascinating things are displayed in resin, and could be yours via Kickstarter.