I've seen a couple of bad reviews lower down this page and it leaves me scratching my head a bit. This is not a money making racket, far from it. Four of us went to the museum early in the day. Sylvester the man who started the museum gave us a grand tour, he talked at length about the Indian culture and costumes and also the Social Aid and Pleasure Clubs, he was very gracious and it was a pleasure to be in his company. This is a small operation (two rooms of an old funeral home packed with fascinating items), don't expect a fancy cultural center, in my opinion this is way more interesting. We need more people like Sylvester, collecting and preserving these items for future generations. Visiting the museum was one of the highlights of our whole trip.
I would recommend calling ahead and if possible confirm that Sylvester is available to give you a tour.
Please note there is currently no handicap ramp (although he did mention plans to correct that sometime in the future). Several steps up to the front door make access for wheelchairs difficult.
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