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Our volunteer guide, Ryan, was careful to explain the important exhibits in an engaging way. When we showed particular interest, he would elaborate. Otherwise, he gauged our level of interest and tailored his presentation to suit. In 2016 the museum has a special exhibit relating...More
Lovely grounds. Horrible map that was hard to follow and not to scale. Trails were not well marked. There are several walking trails but they didn't seem to have a point, focus, or theme.
The staff person made a big deal of the "beaver dam"...More
Well curated local artifacts. Excellent knowledgeable guides keen to tell you the Wallace story. Beautiful gardens near the museum building. Enjoyed seeing the local rug hookers working away that day on their crafts.
This was a very lovely and informative museum with a lot of facinating history and artifacts from this shipbuilding area. The museum staff were friendly and VERY knowledgeable, adding personal stories of what they heard and had been told by other local people. I'm not...More