It is a small museum downtown, but well maintained, and free. I'm not sure what they had on the first floor, but the second had about 6 exhibits. It was a variety of things to see but my favorites was a Lieber purses. That was a very impressive exhibit. The "Play" exhibit had a charge, probably not really worth it, but since it is a free museum at least it went to a good cause. I would recommend this as a stop in Roanoke.
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