I went with an avid quilt maker and she was delighted with the exhibits. When we went there was an old wick quilts exhibit downstairs and a really unusual one of diseases made into quilts. They had a picture of the cells of that the particular disease next to the quilt of that picture. Very different and interesting. It's a little pricey for this small town, but I don't think quilters mind investing in a quilt museum.
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