- Beads have interesting cultural significance, and since 1984 this museum offers a permanent spot to display and preserve these adornments. The featured exhibits include temporary exhibits like the impressive collection donated by Lois Sherr Dubin, called Ojime. These bead types were used by men on their kimono sash accessories. Other exhibits include 19th century beaded flowers from France and a permanent display of rosaries, talismans and prayer beads. There is also a unique gift shop in the museum. Children under 12 are free and there is plenty of parking available.
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