Museum of Russian Icons in Clinton, Massachusetts. But going to church -- and seeing church related sights -- is what this blog is all about, so we went.
Though your touch would be meant to explore and learn, it can be damaging to the art." The museum isn't large, and docent-led tours start throughout the day. The icons aren't behind ropes or glass, so the "don't touch" warning is helpful.
matryoshka dolls for younger visitors to explore), a light-filled central stairway, open rooms with art on all the walls as well as in display cases in the gallery on the top floor. Visitors could start anywhere; each display had helpful informational labels (visitors could also use their phones for an audio tour) and, often, magnifying glasses for closer inspection.
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