May 2, 2013 - Cathryn Spence
We just had to share this great review of the Museum on TripAdvisor – we couldn’t say it better ourselves.
I enjoyed my visit, I became a member. I couldn’t believe what wonderful displays they have in each part of the museum, along with a wonderful gift shop (a must or a present), or their brilliant café (food and drink outstanding), then I came upon the quilt room, oh the hours that must have gone into making the quilts.
A highly recommended visit for anyone, even children will love it.
The gardens are beautiful, sit on the patio area look out into the garden and beyond, views are magnificent.
Become a member and visit time and time again.
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