Didn't know what to expect- what we found were three galleries dedicated to exhibits featuring the work (and life story) of Grandma Moses- and that isn't including the school she attended that was moved from NYS to be part of the museum.
While obviously the highlight of the museum, other exhibits were interesting as well- a room dedicated to the Battle of Bennington, businesses in the area, and more. Very good way to spend a few hours and a must-see if you like American art.
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