I called in advance to be sure the museum was open on a particular Sunday, and I was assured it was--but that there was no exhibit. Since there was no docent that day, the two employees on duty at the time would not allow me to see the rooms of the historic house. As I was the only visitor at that time, I considered that overly rigid but said nothing. I didn't see why one of them couldn't have supervised my tour of the house. In the end the telephone information was incorrect and there was an excellent exhibit, which I was allowed to view for a discounted entrance fee. All in all it was an example of an institution out of touch with its public dimension.
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