The park is imaginative and nicely arranged and the rangers delightful. We had a superb guide at the Hall who made things come alive. It was moving to be in the hall where our country was truly born. However, we were sad to see that the poor funding for the Park Service hs led to poor maintenance of the hall itself on the outside(a cupola peeling badly and needing paint) and less so in the hall (but things did need dusting). This building deserves premiere care and love.
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