We were driving through the area, and thought we'd stop. First, the parking situation is horrible. Since we were there on a Saturday, after we parked we went in to ask about if we were probably parked, to find out we weren't. We couldn't tell as we didn't think the signs said we couldn't park there. We were told to go up the hill and park in Section 1's at the Nursing School since they don't ticket that on Saturdays. It worked out fine; but I don't understand at all how you would find parking on a regular class day (it was spring break when we were there). Our guess was you really were supposed to park at the Visitors' Center; and have a fairly lengthy walk to the museum.
The permanent collection on display is small. It doesn't tell you if there might be more and worth coming back. There was a terrific temporary exhibit about the Civil Rights Era via two particular photographers collection. The third small gallery had something to do with illustrations; but to tell you the truth I couldn't work out its meaning or which direction to look at it (and I visit art museums a lot). It's worth a visit if you are in the area, but I wouldn't go out of your way. The cafe was closed as well.
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