DALLAS (PRNewswire)—The Museum of Dog, an artistic tribute to dogs, opened in the Berkshires in Massachusetts in April 2017. But, those who can’t make the trip may still have a chance to see at least some of the museum’s attractions, thanks to a tour.
“The famed vintage dog limousines and the mobile dog museum school bus are hitting the road to spread the love of dogs through an Instagram Pop-Up experience,” says York, Museum of Dog founder.
The limo bars will be well stocked with Wellness Pet Food treats (@wellnesspetfood), one of the tour sponsors.
The accompanying school bus will house the current exhibit of Brian Nash along with a collection of sculptures, paintings, photographs and some of the museum’s antique dog collars around one of the museum sofas and the colorful squirrel pillows.
The first stop on the tour will be at the Barking Hound Village Dallas location on Cedar Springs Road.
Although six cities have been named for tour stops, York says the schedule allows other cities to be added, depending on demand. The museum’s website, Facebook page, and Instagram page have all been experiencing hundreds of requests for additional stops.
One $20 ticket covers four “bodies” (two humans plus two dogs, or one human plus three dogs, etc.). More details and tickets are available at www.museumofdog.com.
York says, “The Pop-Up museum will allow dog lovers everywhere to experience a sampling of the museum and have special dog photos and selfies to share on Instagram.”