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That's what our lively and enthusiastic docent called this museum. It is a dramatic and modern accent to an old railroad that is in the process of restoring and reinventing its downtown. Close to downtown. Interesting exhibits. A small museum, but as docent said, "You...More
Don't waste your money or your time. Boring. The only thing that would have made this dump workable and profitable would have been an IMAX theater. Unfortunately, the geniuses who built this thought 3-D would never make it. Now they're begging for support.
Very big and fancy building. Probably great for hosted parties and events but there is really not much art. what is there is kind of mixed up with no real themes or ideas. the grandkids didn't have supplies in the kids area and nothing really...More
I went recently specifically to see the Mark Cline exhibit and it was a real treat, worth the $7 price of admission alone (plus a few dollars for parking in the garage across the street). In addition to this was a room full of folk/visionary...More
I used to have an art gallery in a major metropolitan city, so we were interested in going to the Taubman Museum when it opened, but frankly, after our visit, I really felt they should have spent more money on better design and execution of...More