I have been to the Joslyn many times since I live in the area and have watched it evolve over the years. The collections are good and I really enjoy seeing some of the pieces again and again. The Joslyn is not the home of the rarest works of art. You will get to see art (e.g paintings, sculptures) representative of different eras and cultures.
The building is very well kept as it is used "after hours" for weddings and gatherings. If you are interested in architecture you might find the building itself very interesting (see the website).
The addition of the outdoor sculpture garden a few years ago was a nice touch. There is a cafe and store inside the museum.
Admission to the general museum is free to the public now but access to special exhibits will require a fee if you are not a member.
Joslyn is not open later than 4pm on most days so you want to make sure you have the time to get there between 10am-4pm. Saturday mornings can be very busy so parking can be limited on museum grounds but there is plenty of street parking surrounding the building.
I never get tired of going to the Joslyn for so many reasons!
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