This is a truly unique museum. Six stories with lots of twisty staircases and nooks that kids will love to explore. I thought it was wonderful, but had to cut my visit short because I didn't realize the building had no heat or central air and I was there on a very hot, humid summer day. It was honestly sweltering in there, to the point where I was sweating profusely, nauseous, and dizzy. I wish I had known up front about the climate so I could have planned to visit another cooler day. I didn't see anything about the lack of heat/air on the museum website, but I may have overlooked it. If it isn't on there, they should add it so people with health issues can plan accordingly. If you can tolerate temperature extremes, you'll be fine. If not, go in spring or fall. It is a quirky, eccentric, unique experience and well worth the stop! They also offer AAA discount savings.
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