This museum was billed as a quirky and interesting place to go. After we finished at the wildlife preserve, we headed over to the Noyes Museum. We used an Entertainment Book coupon buy one/get one free ticket, but even at $5.00 I think we overpaid.
The galleries are all very small. One was "in transition" meaning that it was empty. The central area was set up for a wedding reception that evening. I didn't think too much of the plastic chairs.
There were some quirky art works, but after all the hype about what a hidden gem this place was, we were underwhelmed, especially by the sculpture "garden." You couldn't go out into the garden--you could only look at the pieces through slits in the side of the museum building!
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