The building itself is beautiful to wander around in, with marble floors and wide stairways. Everything is wheelchair accessible, including the bathrooms and water fountains.
We were there for a wonderful quilt exhibit which included an interesting video that put what we were seeing in context. We also learned a lot about women artists that we hadn't heard of before. Picked up some cute kids' books and cards in the gift shop. A great visit on a rainy Sunday afternoon! We used our reciprocal museum card (we belong to an art museum locally) and got in free, but we'd be willing to pay to see it all!
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