We were walking around with our baby just walking to see what we could see. We came across this chapel and decided to go in, because why not. I very much appreciated a museum about history from a female perspective, instead of the phallic-centric we normally learn. You learn both the history of this remarkable woman, and the history of the city. I'm not in great shape (I had a baby 3 months ago, and couldn't exercise for 4 months before that), but I easily made it to the top of the 69 steps to see the view. The breeze was very welcome after the heat. The lady at the desk was very nice too. We had our big stroller (like I said--a 3 month old who can't really sit up yet). She let us park it near her while we carried the baby in our carrier around the museum. I recommend it for anyone wanting to learn more about local history.
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