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Talking with the docent in each room was fantastic.
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The guides at the museum bring Wharton Esherick and his artistry to life . It is a fascinating part of art history in Philadelphia.
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Great place to spend an afternoon if you are a fan of creative woodwork. The place is small but packed with interesting pieces and architecture.
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Second Sunday self guided tour wasn’t as crowded as our last visit, which was a guided tour, so we had more time to look around each room. We saw so many things we missed last time.
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The grounds and environment where Esherick lived and work was wonderful. I understand the limitation of space, meant limiting what was on exhibit to just leaving it as it was. My only disappointment was that the docents inside the building were not able to speak with any more information about his other artistic endeavors and were only moderately informed about what was obvious and well documented. They were not able to give more insight. Also, they let too many people in at once and it was quickly crowded. You need to control number of bodies at any one time.
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