Although the sign on the door said the Museum was open while we were there, the door was locked. We rang the bell and one of two employees sitting in our "We're closed because of the weather"--the weather was fine and every other business/museum in Roanoke was open; there were people walking and driving on all of the DT streets. "You mean to tell me that there are two employees in the msueum and two tourists who want to see it, but you won'tt let us in?" "Yes". Two hours later, when we walked past the museum again, those same two employees were standing in the window, chatting and watching people on the street. :(
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