We hadn't been to the Chrysler Museum in about 25 years, so it was time for another visit during our three days in Norfolk. It is a superb museum, with something for everyone via a diverse collection of art. Especially notable is their collection of glass. The building is beautiful, the setting on the Hague, a downtown waterway, is pretty, and admission is free. What's not to like? The museum is closed on Monday and Tuesday. We spent about two hours there and saw maybe half of the 200,000+ square feet. A footnote; they just opened a glass studio with glass-blowing exhibitions and classes. We missed the one show on a Wednesday, but the facility looked nice. It is in a separate building close by. If you are in the area, don't miss it. I would rank the Chrysler Museum right up there with the Mariners Museum in Newport News and Colonial Wlliamsburg as top-tier attractions in Tidewater Virginia.