Nearing the end of the day, we wanted a quick museum tour along with actually getting into a canal house. This satisfied our need. The garden behind the canal house was a wonderful surprise. Although small, it really was very diverse and beautifully manicured. The inside highlighted artwork and antiques, and was less about the architecture of the house. Only the lower level and two floors above were open to view. I was hoping to see the entire house. Funding limits what is available, which is too bad. Interesting visit though.
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