The collection is extensive and interesting but unfortunately photos are not allowed. The audio tour (included in the price of the ticket) does an excellent job of introducing each room and providing additional information about specific pieces. It is great that you can spend as much time as you want in each room.
What can be improved is the clarity of the directions as to how to enter the exhibit. We purchased our tickets in advance online, as advised by a friend, and used them to enter the other exhibits until our scheduled time to enter the Historic Green Vault. We entered the first door and picked up the audio guide at the scheduled time and began to look at the pieces. By the time we figured out that this entryway was actually the end of the exhibit, 15 minutes had passed and the lady taking our tickets by the second door was extremely rude.
So when you visit, know that after you pass through the first ticket check and receive the audio guide, proceed directly to the second entrance to enter the exhibit.
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