We went on a rainy day, but not worth it unless you have already have a pass that covers admission. Very small exhibition space (don't let the size of the building from the outside fool you). A little confusing at the entrance as to whether to walk up stairs or take elevator - and to which floor. We enjoyed a few of the exhibition rooms and the more well-known paintings, but not so much the photography and very "out there" art in some of the other areas. The ticket taker didn't even mention the balcony that other reviewers have noted as being free with admission.. A disproportinate number of docents roaming around to insure no touching - just odd for such a small museum. At least the lockers for your stuff were free.
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