My mom and wife like to sew and quilt and we have visited the museam twice in 3 years.
Climb to the top floor and check out the view from the turret.
There are 3 floors of great art in the form of quilts.
It is not wheel chair friendly, and you should plan on keeping a very close eye on your children, some of the quilts are over 100 years old and the "one finger touch rule" is not acceptable.
Men if you are not into quilting support your wife's desire to see this museum, but I suggest you check it out, because you will see some great art, and earn a few good husband points too.
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April 24, 2013
Thanks for the great review! Not only do many men accompany their significant others through our doors, some of them are quilters themselves! We're happy to know you enjoyed the visit. While we don't have wheelchair access up to the second- and third-floor levels, there is a DVD slide-show of all pieces in each exhibit that plays on the wheelchair-accessible first floor. We hope you and your family can visit us--and La Conner--again soon.
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