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The Museum of International Folk Arts is the world?s first international folk arts museum founded by Florence Dibell Bartlett. Since September 1953, the Museum has achieved national and international recognition for being the home to the world?s largest folk art collection. With more than 135,000 artifacts, its exhibits and displays are showcased in 4 distinct wings, The Bartlett, Girard, Hispanic Heritage, and Neutrogena.

The Bartlett features rotating exhibits based on the collections of the museum and on filed studies about the specific cultures and art forms. The Girard focuses on folk art, miniatures, toys, and textiles from over 100 nations. The Hispanic Heritage Wing showcases the art and heritage of the Hispanic and Latino cultures. The Neutrogena Wind features textiles from the renowned collection of the museum.
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