They have really stepped up their game since the last time we were there. There is a new Visitor Center with two rooms of exhibits, a model layout of the original city plan, a movie room, and a museum store. The docents seemed much more knowledgeable this time and there seemed to be more Harmonist furniture and artifacts than before. The gardens were beautiful, although the rest of the grounds needed some work. There also seemed to be more buildings open to the public this time. They are preparing for their bicentennial (in a few years) so a few areas are blocked off. We were there @ 4.5 hours and didn't get to see (and read) everything. With Senior and Kids discounts, it was well worth the price of admission.