The former Dixon home displays a variety of artwork. The rooms are easy to navigate, but sometimes the labeling of items makes you pick out key words to distinguish which piece of a group it refers to. There is a small garden at the entrance of the complex and a green house with exhibits pertaining to a featured exhibit. Also a small gift shop and what looks like a snack shop but it wasn't open when we were there. The museum is free to the public on Saturday mornings from 10-12. The Dixon offers many programs and special evenings throughout the year.
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