You're a Zoo/Aquarium/Wildlife Preserve Museum Nerd! You are pretty cool in the museum world nerd, because you deal with real life things like animal's feeding schedules and poop and sunlight, and your place of employment likely has a lot of visitors from all walks of life. You're pretty grounded among the weird museum nerd set. You wear khakis.
You're a science museum nerd! You are a rock star in the museum nerd world. You have visible tattoos and a large circle of friends You think you're Ms. Frizzle (this transcends gender). You have a quirky Instagram/Twitter handle that references your profession.
As a children's museum nerd, you're constantly trying to prove your worth in the museum world because sadly, people don't respect children. It's dumb, and you're probably a really good person. But you're not that fun at parties.
Whether it's an Asian, encyclopedic or American art museum you work at, you're still a regular old museum nerd. You could hop around to any specialized art collection and still be on your b.s. exhibiting all the same nerdy qualities, like: wearing mostly black, taking great care to wear unqiue spectacles and looking down on people who take their vacations within your country of residence.
Ok, you're a little bit different and more special than the average Art Museum Nerd. You're set apart by your unique shoes and even quirker glasses. You do travel within the U.S. if you're American, in order to road trip to Spiral Jetty and Marfa, TX. We understand that the views you express on Twitter are your own.
Congratulations, you're a ship/boat museum nerd! You're confusingly hot by societal standards, because ship history should be reserved for older gentlemen who tell off-color jokes, but for some reason it isn't. You probably went to a hotshot college on a coast, and now you're stuck being a boat nerd 4 life.
Those who aren't in the know don't know, but you're a train museum nerd, and that's a thing, through and though. Either you are an older gentleman, or you have several older gentleman friends that you exchange emails with about train things on the reg. You have worn a bandana as an accesory unironically.
As a natural history museum nerd, you ARE a nerd, but people give you a pass because you work in the type of museum that movies think are museums. Like Wonder Woman. Basically, other people see you as Wonder Woman. But you're a nerd.
As a historic site/battlefield nerd, you're an amalgamation of ship museum nerds and train museum nerds in that you're just as likely to be a fresh young thing or an older gentleman with off-color jokes. You are surprisingly normal and fun due to time spent outside and your clothing does not scream "museum nerd" in any of the predictable ways.
Listen, there's no way you needed this quiz to tell you that you're a historic house or village nerd. You know exactly who you are. You joke about living in the year that the house or village you're currently employed at in extremely out-of-context situations, like at the doctor's office. But you make great memes about history and museums, and for that, we are grateful.
Because your job is likely state/federal, as a state or national history museum nerd, you have a decent starting salary and benefits package that affords you the luxury of being somewhat sane and normal. You are integral to organizing your area's networking (drinking) events at local bars. You'll be a museum nerd for life, and not just the kind that's only a museum nerd in their heart because they needed to find a job with dental. Carry the torch for the rest of us, state/national history museum nerd.