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Built in 1977, the Costume and Lace Museum is dedicated to lace and fabric, with several temporary exhibitions throughout the year.
Built in 1977, the Costume and Lace Museum is dedicated to lace and fabric, with several temporary exhibitions throughout the year. Some of the costumes were generous donations from private home collections and date back to the 1800s.
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