We enjoyed the exhibit dedicated to the bi-centennial of the state as well as the King Cotton / Thomas Sayre exhibits. They were well organized in a thematic way with different styles represented, including the topic of slavery, even if painters did not represent it much.
Entrance is free, so no excuse not to go!
The park around the museum is also very nice.
We were able to park on the street, but a parking lot is also available nearby.
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