A lovely place to think! Very spacious and quiet, with many security guards, and staff on hand to answer your questions. There were no less than three exhibits there when I visited (in June), and they were all fascinating. I was lucky to see some Group of Seven paintings, and even a Van Gogh (!) hidden under a black curtain. There is a nice gift shop, and a rooftop deck where you can eat your lunch, and watch the pigeons in their huge house. If you love art, spend a few hours here!
Warning: closed on Mondays.
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