The Museum of Popular Arts And Traditions is still another example of what tax-payer dollars can do the European way. The grounds and building itself are in themselves exquisite (the building was designed with the architectural equivalent of a humidor comprising the first floor) and what lies within doesn't disappoint. You can find everything here from collections of silk and lace to dissertations on the cultivation of wheat. Of particular interest are the collections of 18th century apparel most notably the entertainingly zippered men's pants.
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