Answered By: Linda Neyer
Last Updated: Dec 02, 2015     Views: 14

Generally speaking if you are giving your own original thoughts and opinion about any place such as a museum, you wouldn't cite the place. On the other hand, your professor may have some format she/he wants you to follow, the purpose of which is to make clear what you're reviewing, so check with him/her.

However, if you specifically discuss a work at the museum, such as a painting, then you should cite it. You may want to look at the answer to a previous, similar question here, for APA style. If you are using MLA style, I suggest you check out the OWL Purdue, either this page or this one.

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