The arboretum was well worth the visit. Lots of flowers and flowering plants and at least one very beautiful water fountain on rolling hills. Plenty of spots to sit on a bench and enjoy the outdoors or even lay on the grass, as I saw one man doing. It is next door to another park (city or county) so there is lots of space.
The museum costs $9 for adults and is a self-created memorial to a man that wants you to know that he is an adventurer, rancher, artist, pilot, world traveler, sportsman, businessman, entrepreneur and philanthropist. He traveled the world (40 times over) and collected lots of stuff and as a hunter shots many animals and had them stuffed or at least their heads stuffed for us to look at and marvel over. For me, if he has had such an interest in the animals of the world and he wanted us to see them, maybe he would have created a zoo for us to see live animals rather than dead ones!
His hubris and his lack of concern for living things really bothered me. Even though there we're lots of kids at the museum, I would not take my children or my grandchildren.
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