Renovation of building seems to be complete as of 2/16/2013. Price for adults is $10. AAA/military/seniors-$8 and children 5-15-$5. Before going, try to read the book entitled Approaching the Magic Hour by Agnes Grinstead Anderson, wife of Walter Anderson. You will appreciate the museum much more with a better understanding of Walter. You can dial numbers into your smartphone to get a recording explaining each exhibit while at the museum. There is a good video about Walter Anderson that is shown at the museum. You will see Walter's bicycle, his skiff, his secret room from his cottage and the murals he painted at the community center which is attached to the museum, as well as his watercolors, pottery and a few pieces of wood carvings which are very impressive. While you are in the area, visit the Shearwater Pottery and Realizations which are also a part of the Anderson family.
Allow enough time to visit the surrounding town. There are neat little shops and good restaurants.