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Tried to visit and found they were closed until June 7th. Also, they are closed on Saturdays and Sundays. There's plenty of temporary (2 hour) parking along the street and in the small adjacent lot. Several statues sit along the street for photo-ops. The area...More
A must stop for this New Hampshire librarian... I was warmly welcomed and enjoyed the beautifully framed art work from many of my favorite illustrators....so pleased to hear that a good part of the collection is going on the road...perhaps it will come to a...More
This was worth the stop on our way to Austin from Lubbock (but then again, I love books!). It's a small museum but very tasteful. The docent was knowledgable and approachable and filled us in on the history of how this museum came to be....More
The art classes and activities they have for kids are amazing. They learned so much in a short period of time offering a variety of projects they could choose to complete. Great staff with awesome stories!
The exhibit was terrific. So many original art works from books we enjoy. You can see the hard work the illustrators put into each piece. We also attended the free Saturday art class. The day's subject, block prints. The staff was friendly and knowledgable. Excellent...More
This is THE National Center for Children's Illustrated Literature! Seriously! NATIONAL!!! The most famous illustrators have their work displayed here and open their own exhibit then their work travels around the country! This is a DO NOT MISS spot!
We were visiting downtown and stopped in. As a retired teacher and book lover, this was a great stop. Special Melissa Sweet exhibit outstanding.
If you're looking for a special book for a special young one - this is it!
No charge - but be...More