Normally, I wouldn’t consider going to The Nation Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum. I have little love for Westerns in TV and film. While I find history interesting, my tastes tend to go further back and toward Europe. The displays where you could photograph were so dim that often I was in H2 which for my camera is two stops below ISO 6400. Ironically, they had whole rooms of well-lit art; paintings, statuary, bronzes, etc. These were items for sale. Since the museum didn’t own them, no photography. Even the visiting exhibits were adequately lit; no photography. The rest was lit with 10w penlights. Seriously, your eyesight was dazzled by how bright the connecting hallways were before you went spelunking back into the exhibits.