We came by on a Friday morning around 10:30. The ticket person told us there were about 200 elementary school children in there and we would be better served to return for a tour at noon. We came back at noon for our tour. It was a little disorganized in getting started. Apparently there were tons of school groups and they didn't know what to do with 4 adults. They (wisely) gave us a separate tour, along with 6 other people that showed up. This was absolutely the top number that should be allowed on a tour. You can only go through with a guide and the halls are narrow and twisty. It was crowded with our small group, and I think it would be awful with more people. I liked the guides...we had the director of the museum as our guide for the first half and he was awesome. The young woman who took over for him was fine, but not nearly as enjoyable. It would have been nice to be able to stop and read everything, but they hurried us along. I personally prefer self-guided tours. This was a beautifully put-together museum, though, and I highly recommend it.
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