The building is beautiful, but the collection was virtually non existent. There were a couple of children's rooms (we did not have children with us), two kinetic pieces (mildly interesting), a few pieces of sculpture (ditto), and some amateur art. That was it. The museum was between shows, so two galleries were closed.
The key is to buy the three-fer ticket, at $18, which gives admission to this place and also the Telfair Academy museum (much more interesting) and the Owens-Thomas house, at about half the price of the three separately.
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