We visited on a Saturday when they were holding a quilting class in the main exhibit room, so we were unable to view the quilts on display, only the coverlets. There was no staff available to give us information about the museum. It was much smaller than expected and definitely not worth the $8 admission price (for one room?) It appears they are a popular quilting center for locals rather than a museum. I was looking forward to this as one of the highlights of our day in Cedarburg, but was very disappointed.
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