There were several exhibits at the City Museum we liked. Micro Housing was fascinating and exciting to imagine the possibilities for attractively increasing density. Even more interesting was the Activist Exhibit. This exhibit covered the spectrum of activism as a part of the City's history, beginning with the revolution, Civil War and abolitionists and extending to the fascinating bicyclists activism. I appreciated that the opposite side was also covered in the section related to the conservatives. Had to laugh at that. Great perspective of the City's history. All the exhibits were well put together and easy to access. It was well worth the time and the building is stunning. Let's face it, this museum is well funded!
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