|The children try their 'serious' faces, keeping with the period.|
|The children 'pose' in their period clothing.|
I was also somewhat put off by the nude sculpture in the very front of the museum. I understand some people enjoy the 'beauty of the human body', but it is not the style of art I enjoy, and I don't appreciate it taking the 'front and center' display of a museum.
The one room we DID enjoy, however, was the "children's room" in the McClellan House. They had some toys and nice activities for the children to enjoy, and it was a welcome reprieve from the much more rigid security of the rest of the museum!