We really enjoyed this little gem of a museum. It was like stepping into a specific time and place in the life of upper class Americans who had very interesting taste. Many asian pieces of art and artifacts and a charming collection of Japanese prints by Hiroshege called Fifty-Three Stations of the Tokaido. There are gardens but we did not have time to walk through them. Definitely worth a stop.
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