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I rated this excellent, for what it is. If you love to collect owls, you're going to love this place. Even if you don't collect owls, it's impressive of the sheer volume of owl "art." It's not really as much of a museum as a large collection, as in thousand and thousand of owl trinkets, statues, art, etc, crammed into a small place. For $5 you get to enter and with entry, either get a cup of hot tea or cup of coffee. There's one section of the place set-up for photos and the rest is off limits for photography but I broke the rules and snapped a few photos while the host made the coffee; hence, the bad photo I uploaded. There's no placards or written information about any of it, you simply stroll through and look. I like owl stuff so I enjoyed it. Plus, there's a small section of owl items for sale - pens, earrings, hats, t-shirts, etc.
Date of experience: July 2011
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