I completely agree with all the excellent reviews that are already here.... But there are two areas not to be missed. Check at the information desk and ask about the interactive gallery of pieces in the permanent collection. It's a small gallery with iPads set up to give you the background on any work you see, just put in the number and lots of information comes up on each piece. The collection I saw was amazing, with many of our favorite Impressionists. I was blown away by a wonderful little Van Gogh. The Homer and Inness exhibits were excellent, but I just loved this little gallery for all the surprises.
We decided to take a break and have lunch on the new terrace cafe. You need to take a short shuttle ride up the hill (quite fun really) which delivers you to what feels like a rooftop outdoor patio with tables under umbrellas looking out over the tree tops to the mountains! There's' a limited menu of sandwiches and paninis, but oh my goodness.... they were delicious.... and brownies or cookies for dessert. Lots of picture taking at the wall to remember a wonderful day at the Clark.
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