Let's face it, museums are dull. They're quiet, full of old photos and paintings, and demand an attention span that isn't rife with ADHD tendencies. The San Francisco's de Young Museum, however, is one of the best, and people agree. According to an article in today's Chronicle, the de Young ranks fifth in attendance for U.S. museums, placing it "after the Metropolitan Museum in New York, the National Gallery in Washington, D.C., the Museum of Modern Art in New York, and the Art Institute of Chicago." An impressive feat for a museum that doesn't even have one of those cool static electricity balls that make your hair stand on end. [Chron]