Other types of theme-park include the museums where old buildings are re-erected, or historical architecture is reconstructed, e.g. the Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings, Worcs. (founded 1967—where F. W. B. Charles played a key role), the beautiful Meiji-mura architectural museum, Inuyama, near Nagoya, Japan, and the earliest of them all (1890s), the museum at Skansen, near Stockholm, Sweden. Jellicoe's garden for the Moody Foundation, Galveston, TX (begun 1983), was conceived as a park explaining the landscape-history of the world and the role of plants in human life. Many other theme-parks have been, or are being proposed, with a considerable range of allusions.
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