This little museum is free of charge and has free parking. It is easy to find. One series of rooms, the education center, has an interesting display on tools used in recent paper making. It looks like they also offer hands on classes. Another series of rooms shows the origins of paper making around the world. It’s more interesting than you thought it could be. This side also has traveling exhibitions, so there is always something new to see. Restrooms are close and clean and there is a small gift shop onsite.
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