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Trip Report Wharton Esherick Museum

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I've meant to see this small museum for years. I think it's one of those things that is "too" close! I finally visited this weekend, and plan to take other people there in the future, I really enjoyed my visit, it was interesting and manageable because it's compact.

Recommended if you are visiting nearby Valley Forge, or perhaps on the way from Philadelphia to Lancaster County, and have an interest in woodworking, sculpture, the Arts and Crafts movement, and small, well thought out living spaces. There is also a Louis Kahn connection.

RESERVATIONS ARE ESSENTIAL!
http://www.whartonesherickmuseum.org/index.html

~Liz

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