If you're a fan of Ava Gardner, or if you are a fan of "rags to riches" stories, this is an enjoyable museum. You'll begin with a very informative 20 minute film giving an overview of Ava's life. Then you'll tour the museum at your own pace. We took a family member who was in a wheelchair, with no problems at all. (We drove around back and parked on the side of the museum - there was open spacing in the fence alongside the museum where we could push the wheelchair through.) The docent was very friendly and knowledgeable. The museum is a nice tribute to a beautiful movie star.
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