Very elegant and well planned museum by sf_traveler
177 contributions on May 25, 2007
The focus is mainly on sleepware, bedding, hygiene, bedtime myths and ideas of privacy. This isn't a topic anyone ever gives much thought to (as far as I know) so I'd say the exhibit was unique and thought provocating. Additionally,... provided bytripadvisor.com
For Lovers of Antiques and Decorative Arts by Denise L. on Nov 8, 2005
It's filled with everyday items out of America's past. If your kids get bored you can send them to the Touch Area on the third floor where they can play with authentic 18th and 19th century toys and objects. If you love antiques... provided byinsiderpages.com
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