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    Is "reservation" a suitable word?

    Can I use the expression "museum reservation" to refer to an act of a group of people making an arrangement with a museum to use the entire museum exclusively?
    Is it possible to use the expression "museum reservations" if groups of people are making arrangements with museums to use them exclusively?
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    Re: Is "reservation" a suitable word?

    I've never heard of a group reserving an entire museum, but if the museum lets you do that, then you can call it that.

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