We went on free Saturday morning. The staff were helping and informative. The galleries were clean and spacious. Some art in the European collection dates back to the 14th Century. Many dutch painters were represented there. The museum boasts collections from both Europe and America, spanning 7 centuries. There were modern exhibits as well. One exhibit of posters highlighted the popularity of bicycling in late 1800's America. In the modern art rooms, some of my favorite artists' pieces including Picasso, Hartley, W. Zorach and Maxfield Parrish. The cafe' is located in a recessed room on the lower level, and is spacious with nice natural light. There is also a very nice gift shop. I was very happy to get to visit the Currier and I was very impressed with the museum's eclectic collection of art. I would highly recommend going, even if one had to pay for admission. It would be well worth the visit.
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