We had a group of three adults, two teen boys, and two tween girls. I think everyone was able to find something interesting. The armor and weapons collection were pretty extensive - from Bronze age to 19th century. You won't find any WWII rifles or other 20th century artillery, armor, or weapons, but you will see some incredible examples of gladiator helmets, Japanese Samurai katanas, early Viking weapons, Medieval armor and jousting sets, and even Civil War swords. There is also some relevant artwork included - such as stained glass panels and sculptures of saints. But perhaps the most impressive piece of art is the building itself, which will sadly cease to house the collection at the end of 2013. The collection will be moved to a nearby location, but you won't be able to see it housed in its beautiful and tailor-made location any more. If you can get there before then, I suggest you make the trip.
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