We enjoyed an afternoon visit to this quaint little museum. The pouring rain made it even more cozy and the lovely curator was delightful. Many interesting styles and techniques on display, especially the old quilts from the early 1900's. Some of the artwork was a bit too abstract and just too unusual for my taste, but to each his own. Did feel the admission fee was a little steep ($8.00) for the amount of time spent and the number of items on display. But overall, would recommend a visit when in San Jose.
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