A good collection of folk art and culture that will appeal to the museum buff. Exhibits are well spaced out in the former grain warehouse. There are costumes, quilts and articles of daily life like fishing and kitchen equipment. The museum is up- up ramp streets and up stairs. The museum also goes up. This would be a difficulty for anyone with mobility problems. It is part of the three museum ticket that can be purchased from the Rector's Palace.
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