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BensMom2 wrote a review Oct 2020
Fort Worth, Texas217 contributions59 helpful votes
I haven't been to this museum in quite some time and I was so impressed with the craftsmanship of the figures! All kinds of settings were presented with small figurines and even small fruits and vegetables, etc. It was enchanting! I wish there was more info for each one...who did it and what it was depicting. You really want to take your time and soak it all in. The antique dolls were great too. Some were a little scary! I highly recommend.…
Date of experience: October 2020
SuzieBCharleston_SC wrote a review Sep 2020
Charleston, SC36 contributions29 helpful votes
Very pleasant patio dining. The food was delicious and the service was good, not excellent. The lunch menu offered a wide range of choices - highly recommend the chicken bowl.
Date of experience: September 2020
Carolyn S wrote a review Jun 2020
3 contributions14 helpful votes
If you love design, and in particular folk art, do not miss this extraordinary museum. Well laid out with rooms of different interest. The miniatures room goes on for miles. Nice gift shop.
Date of experience: July 2019
Amanda H wrote a review May 2020
Plano, Texas391 contributions120 helpful votes
This place was a cornucopia of intrigue and a joyful expression of art! Plan to spend 2 to 4 hours here depending on your interest level in folk art. They have four galleries set up similar to a cross layout but our favorite was the Neutrogena gallery with thousands of folk objects, most set up as dioramas but bigger. This was a hidden gem and we walked around that one gallery taking in each display, each more fantastic than the last. One corner had El Dia de Los Muertos figurines. If you like quirky and bizarre, then this is the place for you. Whether you’re traveling solo, as a couple or with family, everyone will find something they like here. There was an interactive children’s play area and really nice gift shop as well.…
Date of experience: March 2020
2 Helpful votes
sobaytravelguy wrote a review Mar 2020
Santa Clara, CA264 contributions87 helpful votes
My sister and I enjoyed our visit. The various exhibitions were well-curated with adequate background information provided. And Museum Hill is worth the quick trip out of town.
Date of experience: February 2020
1 Helpful vote