This is not an attraction I would usually pay money to see. However, the kids out voted me and so we went one hot afternoon. It's smaller (two stories) clean and a nice museum overall. There is an interesting collection of belt buckles on the second floor, as well as some "Western" flavor exhibits, including the world's largest barb wire ball. The sculptures they have on display in the lobby and entrance are also interesting. If you are entertaining pre-teens and need an air conditioned place to let them wander and don't mind (or even enjoy) oddities, then the price isn't bad. They have a family rate of $40 for 2 adults and 2 children.