. . .The collection (and they have far more in storage than on exhibit). The building (at least three architectural design eras, finely rendered) and the sheer magnitude of the interior spaces. The special exhibits (world class, but, ironically, not as often or as blockbuster as Boston's Museum of science -- yes, the art exhibits, that is). And finally, three very nice choices to eat. All three bear mentioning - the upscale one, the cafe and the downstairs cafeteria - because they all serve very nice food in their own right.
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