The entire first floor is devoted to how Indiana was from a geological standpoint. I will admit, the whole discussion on how glaciers moved and when bores me silly. But the real disappointment came in the history of the state's culture on the second floor. Was jumbled, wandering and unfocused. The re-created Ayres Tea Room is nothing special and for anyone expecting a true re-creation you will be disappointed. If there was a specific special exhibit (was something about corn when we were there), would go back. Otherwise, will find something else to do.
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