Part of the museum is housed in the Edwin B. Crocker mansion, and it's possible to just sit for a while soaking in its beauty; no art needed. However, the collection is huge, varied and outstanding. As good as the DeYoung in San Francisco without the hordes of people everywhere. Since the permanent collection is huge and is changed out from time to time, one could hardly ever see everything. We live two hours away but will be returning frequently.
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