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The National Quilt Museum

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The National Quilt Museum

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358nadam wrote a review Mar 2020
Pburg42 contributions9 helpful votes
This museum is misnamed. It's not a quilt museum but a fiber art museum. I like antique, traditional quilts, especially those that are hand done. Unfortunately, NONE were on display. Dozens of wall hangings created by textile artists were. While I appreciated the time involved
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Michael K wrote a review Mar 2020
Saint Louis, Missouri305 contributions123 helpful votes
If you think you're going to see just a few quilts guess again. This is an art museum. The true craftsmanship of the quilts at this museum are incredible. The work put into these quilts is truly amazing. If you are anywhere near Paducah, KY, you must stop in and observe the
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Freedom90364 wrote a review Mar 2020
Mountain View, California4 contributions
I was expecting to see many beautiful quilts. And wow, did we ever! But there is so much more to this museum. The tour was a wonderful introduction to the museum, highlighting the various types of quilts and providing valuable insight and knowledge about quilting. The exhibits
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Paige R wrote a review Feb 2020
Nashville, Tennessee257 contributions57 helpful votes
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I am not a quilter, but I've always loved quilts... the way they surround you with warmth and love; the art and talent that goes into each one... I've always had an appreciation for quilts. And after visiting the Quilt Museum, that appreciation has grown exponentially.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Barbara P wrote a review Jan 2020
Port Hueneme, California146 contributions31 helpful votes
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Loved the museum. Not much to look at on the outside, but inside is magical. The amazing pieces on display will delight and make you realize that these are truly pieces of art. I found out there are many more in storage because they just don't have the room to display them
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Date of experience: November 2019
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