This review is in reference to the Ann Arbor branch. Upon our arrival we heard some inaudible ramblings from behind a desk where an old man was sitting. The old man proved to be challenging. From his desk he attempted to "guide" us through the museum, which is more of a dining hall. The old man pointed his finger in various directions indicating the different parts of the museum as well as the archives, to which he pointed his finger upwards. The museum experience lasts for about five minutes. On one wall hangs a picture of Ford and Brezhnev. On another wall a football helmet sits in a display case. Eager to leave the museum, we began our ascent upstairs towards the archives, but alas, we were halted by the old man who failed to inform us beforehand that the archives are off limits. We left immediately.
This was a terrible experience, but the parking is free.
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