It is a bit difficult to find and figuring out where you can legally park is even harder. Then there is the total lack of signage telling you which door you can enter. Apparently we came in the 'back' or 'staff' door (it was by the handicapped ramp) as we were yelled at for coming in the wrong way. The tour guide watched us like we were kids who were going to break things even though we were all in our 50s and 60s. It was unpleasant how she hovered. When we asked her questions about various things we got a LOT of attitude, especially about whether the window was by Louis Comfort Tiffany or not (excuse us for recalling the years of advertising that said it was, even if today you believe that was incorrect.)
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