This massive Greek Revival museum was built in 1929 and sits in an impressive setting. Excellent collection and outdoor sculpture garden. They are closed on Monday and Tuesdays. They have parking lots on either side for a flat rate of $6. However, we found it more economical to park across the street by the park for only 50 cents an hour (for up to 4 hours). The museum participates in the North American Reciprocal Museums (NARM) so membership in one of those museums allows for free admission.
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