Don't be mislead by this being the "Giant Forest Museum." While there are a few displays inside of the main building, them gems are found in taking time to walk with a ranger on a short hike. You'll learn a lot about the life cycle of the Sequoia tree and about the history of the area. So while there is not much "inside" the main building like other "museums, the information is outside.
I liked being able to "walk the height" of the Sentinel tree. Gave a great perspective! I also liked walking the grounds and learning about the history of this particular area of the park. Am so glad they stopped running it like a hotel in this area and are working to let the grounds "grow back." This is NOT a place to stop if you're hungry!
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