Would have never even known this existed and found it by accident on tripadvisor while searching for day trip ideas (thanks, tripadvisor!). Cute little museum that entertained the five of us ages 9 to 68 for almost two hours. While the Toothpick and Egyptian (including a real mummy, awesome!) exhibits were outstanding, there were other neat things to see and we enjoyed all of it. Nice mix of exhibits. While a few things seemed to be missing from the exhibits, and there could be more things, overall it's nicely done. Small, free parking lot in a very nice section of town. $10 admission for adults, with children and seniors much less. Compared to the State Museum in Harrisburg it is small, but it does have some better exhibits. After, be sure to check out the Arboretum and walk the paved trail along the creek while enjoying the trees, creek, ducks, geese, and especially Trudy's Garden which is lovely and quite peaceful. There are benches and people with picnic lunches, people walking dogs, and bicyclists. The paved portion turns into an unpaved trail that I imagine goes for quite a way since it covers 25 acres and we didn't see close to that. Would love to go back and check out the rest sometime. Very enjoyable, peaceful, and the Arboretum is a very lovely addition to the museum or just to visit on it's own. Definitely worth a day trip visit and we were glad to find this little gem.
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