This is not your typical art museum and pretty much breaks every rule of a modern museum. Housed in an old house/school, it is more of an old style museum with items in every nick and cranny. There are paintings by Kirkland along with many others. Rooms are filled with mid century modern furniture, trinkets and paintings covering the walls. There is an extensive collection of glassware and pottery, most of it interesting mid-century modern designs. There is limited parking across the street, I actually parked at the Denver Art museum and walked the six block to the Kirkland. Photography is allowed without a flash. Children under 13 are NOT allowed since so much of the art is in the open and easily damaged. A very interesting and eclectic museum that is rarely seen today, I highly recommend it. $7 for adults.