Interesting museum layout with charming garden. Best exhibit for literary Poe is in the Memorial Building, which now includes some signage from a prior Poe exhibit at the Library of Virginia that nicely points out Poe's role in ending a literary mandate on "happy endings." We visited this time to see Haunts of Richmond's "Hop Frog" exhibit, a nifty storytelling exhibit with dioramas similar to old-fashioned holiday narrative store windows. Pleased to see that the museum is making frequent changes to its temporary exhibits; however, it can be hard to catch them all, especially when opening/closing dates are not easily advertised. It was as crowded as we have seen it on the September Saturday we visited--not bad for touring, just doing a good business. Low $5-6 entry fee. Very convenient to Virginia Holocaust Museum, Canal Walk (and boat cruises).