We held an Associated Press Media Editors NewsTrain workshop here over two days. Pretty nice facilities for that, including a larger auditorium and a secondary "studio" with really hard seats. It worked out OK.
Lots of rules if you're hosting an event, though, especially regarding food and drink. Make sure to get this clear out of the gate.
Otherwise, this museum is free. It has some odd hours, including not opening until 11 a.m. But, it's an eclectic mix of industrial/conservation art, funeral attire that biodegrades, and a mammoth selection of paintings with no labels.
Totally worth a wander through, and then go back when they have a new installation. Some of my favorites: the möbius saw blade, plugged in crows, the weird story about a guy who scavenged destruction/construction sites to make a point and other oddities involving sound, magnets, broken bottles, audio histories and a fairly tame exhibit about landscapes and water in the middle.
Outside is almost as interesting as in, with water features and groovy bike racks.
It's free, what are you waiting for?
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