After a year under wraps – literally – the 200-year-old building that houses the Taft Museum of Art is ready for its unveiling.
The historic house is reopening to the public June 11 after a $12.7 million structural renovation designed to maintain the proper indoor climate necessary to preserve the centuries-old treasures within. A new special exhibit, “Jane Austen: Fashion & Sensibility,” also opens June 11 and runs through Sept. 4.
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Written by David Holthaus.
Originally published June 10, 2022.