One gets a sense of historical importance while strolling through aisle after aisle of 18th century portraits, after all these Founding Fathers sacrificed immensely for our freedom. There's a very thorough representation of these (mostly) men in terms of portraiture, however their contributions and sacrifices are not celebrated in a context that can hold your attention very long.
I can see kids and teens being bored out of their skulls here.
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