I went when they were exhibiting the works of Diane Landry and the costumes of Alonzo V. Wilson. There were only two halls, but it was very nice. My husband was a little disinterested at first, but he was a good sport and came with me anyway. He ended up being very impressed with the exhibits and grounds around the museum. We loved the little sculptures around the pond, you don't see them until you get close. It was like spotting an animal in the wild peeking out of the bushes at you!
The café had excellent, freshly-brewed coffee and big slices of a very good carrot cake. My husband loved it and we had enough left over to take home.
The staff were all very polite and informative with pleasant smiles.
I can't wait to take my daughter here next year!
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