We had not planned to visit this initially but found ourselves with time and decided to try it. It has the disadvantage of being a little out of the way at the far end of Hemisfair Park which lessens the foot traffic a bit. However, it is worth the extra effort. It centers around all of the cultures that have settled in Texas and the customs brought from their homeland. There is also an EXCELLENT interactive segment about immigration and what that entails, primarily geared to children but fascinating to adults, as well. As an added benefit, the walk through Hemisfair Park to get there was a happy surprise. There are homes and other buildings from the World's Fair (most of which you cannot go into), which are an architectural hobbyist's dream. It ends just before the Institute and almost right next door to the Alamodome!
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