We had been to Heritage many years ago, and this time returned with friends who had never been there. Our first stop was the car museum. It was a little disappointing to see that the cars are now roped off as they had not been on our last visit. One would read a plaque regarding a car's interior, but it was impossible to see inside to see what was being described. I understand the necessity of protecting the cars, but it did make for a more disappointing visit. It was a chilly, drizzly afternoon, and there were very few visitors besides ourselves. We were transported to the Art Museum and Carousel via golf cart. (It is a long walk for even heartier folk.) The ride on the carousel is free, although donations are gratefully accepted. The art museum had lots of interesting Americana exhibits. The gardens are known for their hydrangeas and rhododendrons, but of course they are not blooming at this time of year. Admission is not inexpensive, but there is a $2 per person discount for AAA members.