Even if you aren't a quilter, it's difficult not to appreciate the amount of work that goes into the quilts that were on display. The small size of the museum made it very manageable and not overwhelming. The display was very informative and even had some magnetic cutouts that kids (or adults) could use to design their own quilt. Some of the handmade souvenirs in the upstairs gift shop were truly one of a kind and very reasonably priced.
My only ding is that it's on a second floor that requires you to climb some steep steps. I don't know if the museum is accessible to people with limited mobility, which is a shame.
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