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It's small but a great spot. Definitely worth the visit. They have an informative film discussing their resident mummy that is really interesting as well as some great art. You can spend as little or as much time there as you like.
I went to this museum as a school field trip, and I must say it was incredible. To the life sized mummy, the shrunken heads, discovering about the mummification process, to the beautiful paintings. This museum truly offers something for everyone. We had all age...More
I actually visited twice during this month. They had a special military exhibit going on at that time and I wanted to share the experience with others. The art that is on permanent display is intriguing and awe inspiring. I will visit again.
The collection is small but impressive.It is well cataloged and organized with pieces (and 3 mummies) ranging from pieces that are Egyptian to Native American to Modern Art. Note that the entry way is actually where the large green gate is- when the museum is...More
Much of the time there's no admission for such a fabulous exhibit. The place is filled with artifacts from around the world. It tells the real stories about a journey from the old country to a small settlement in sacred heart . The academy was...More
One person with a vision can make a difference, and Father Gregory Gerrer of St. Gregory's University in Shawnee, OKlahoma is such a man. The father was not just a fine artist on his own (his portrait of Pope Pius X is a masterpiece....I must...More