A well-curated museum that strives not only to represent the various periods of European art, but also includes collections of art from numerous cultures. Excluding the special exhibit, a full day should be enough to explore the three floors of the museum. If a special exhibit is present, additional time will be needed. The museum map includes highlighted pieces, which allows guests to guide themselves through the exhibit rooms. Guided tours provided by the docents are also available. The benefit of a docent led tour is that the layout of the exhibit rooms can be a bit complex and a docent guided tour would alleviate this issue. Some rooms have interactive exhibit pieces and there is an “I Spy” challenge to help younger children develop an appreciation for art.
On the first floor, the museum has a variety of dining options and prices are reasonable. A gift shop is located here as well. If a special exhibit is present, I strongly recommend paying the extra expense to attend, as I have yet to be disappointed by a traveling exhibit at this museum.
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