We weren’t sure what to expect, but based on the good reviews, we decided to “reserve a spot” for a tour. You won’t get in otherwise. The museum is free. The museum, housed in a historic building in Chinatown, displays the private collection of Bob Rennie, a local real estate developer and art collector. A docent walks with the group (ours was about 10-12), and leads the discussion of the various pieces. It was an interesting way to view a museum and I liked hearing the background and unusual tidbits and stories about the collection. Sometimes the discussion went on a little too long, but I would go again in a minute. Children would not be interested. We viewed pieces on the first two floors and then went up to the roof for a great view. Our tour lasted a couple of hours. There is only street parking, so plan accordingly.