My mother and I are members of the quilt museum and try to go about three or four times a year to see their different exhibitions. My mother uses a wheelchair but is able to access all areas. The two rooms described by the disgruntled reviewer include a medieval great hall capable of accommodating several large quilts. The side room is large enough to feature small displays on a different theme. It would be unrealistic to expect a museum with relatively small funds to have the space to display their entire collection. The museum shop has a good selection of all things quilting. Best of all the museum staff are really knowledgeable and help to organise activities as well as displays.
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