There were some good exhibits when we visited. But, I found the building awkward and noisy. The glass exhibit was scanty and dimly lit. Rooms are often separated by heavy closed doors, which running kids kept slamming. In addition, I have never seen so many people loudly talking - in person or on cell phones -- or unsupervised, unruly children running around. There was no staff around. It all made it impossible to focus on the art, so I left after a short visit. (this museum seems to cater to kids and does have some children's programs, if that's what you're looking for.)
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