I write this as a Motown fan, but if I'm being honest I'd have to say that: 1) the facilities are nicely restored; 2) the video prior to the tour and many parts of the tour effectively bring back some of the nostalgia from the Motown music hey days; 3) this museum has an amazing collection and tons of great history you probably won't find elsewhere; but 4) the pretty constant flow of modern race based politics layered on top of all of this by the tour guide was a tad heavy for someone simply looking to get a feel for the great folks and company behind Motown music (again not just straight civil rights related politics, some of which is well presented and makes sense given the racial break through that Motown music helped along during the 60's and 70's.).
All in all, still very much worth your time and money to check out this site. I think the vast majority of people can easily parse for themselves the historic aspects of the presentation, versus anything else the tour guide may layer on top of all the great history and information this museum has to offer.
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