I wasn't sure what to think when I first went to the Knights of Columbus Museum, but I was pleasantly surprised. The museum is beautiful and so is the courtyard waterfall staircase. The museum has many interesting & very unusual artifacts and a historical perspective that I also found surprisingly informative. I saw a World War I exhibition that I thought was especially great. An exhibition of very old and artistic crucifixes was also something I really enjoyed. Great sculpture and paintings pertaining to a current exhibition depicting the Irish Potato Famine along with a wonderful lifesize sculpture of Mother Teresa helping the poor and destitute. The Museum is free and so is the parking. I think older children would enjoy viewing this Museum more than younger ones, but I never underestimate the wonder and perception of very young children.
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