The Grand Rapids Public Museum is asking for public input to help choose which exhibits to bring to Grand Rapids.

The Grand Rapids Public Museum asked for help with a similar survey last June.

The options on 2013's survey included pirates and Legos. So, the survey can give a real clue as to what is coming to Grand Rapids next.

This year's survey for the public asks about interest in types of exhibits including: ice age, crime, music, Egyptian, fashion and more.

The survey also asks about specific exhibits, including Pompeii, extreme bugs, nature and more.

Kate Moore, the museum's director of marketing and public relations, says:

This is one of many tools that we will be using to influence our decisions on what types of exhibits we bring to the museum. This is not completely inclusive of all of the potential exhibitions that are possible for us to bring to the GRPM."

Survey results will not be shared, but the end result will be evident in public exhibits.

I'm looking forward to seeing what's next at Grand Rapids Public Museum.

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