We found this little gem at the second attempt. The sign boards aren't helpful. But it was worth the visit. Whilst not the biggest collection of art, the examples are varied, and probably because we were not overwhelmed by the quantity we could more appreciate the quality. There was no guide, nobody to ask about the exhibits, and not a lot of info. Whilst that might sound negative, it was actually lovely not to be hurried, as is often the case in guided groups.
As a cacti grower it was great to see that a lot there were in flower, tho the rose garden looked neglected, as not of dead heads had been pruned.
There is also a pond, with turtles and frogs, sheltered by taller trees, and a channel of water with goldfish.
We visited during the morning, there were only two other couples there, but there was a class running for local children.
Drinks are available for purchase.
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