The Hammond Museum is a small museum which seams like the exhibits change somewhat regularly. When we were there, we saw “Hyper Calligraphy” Kouhei Okamoto Line Works.
Just outside the back door, is a patio that leads to the Japanese Stroll Garden which is all about balance and harmony. The designers used in and yo (similar to yin/yang) to represent aspects of life. The garden objects tend to be arranged in odd number groupings and in shapes, like a triangle which represents the relationship between heaven, Earth, and mankind. A square represents different viewpoints.
There is a Bamboo Grove that stirs with the breeze.
The pond has a lot of lily pads and is filled with fish, turtles and frogs. We spent the most amount of time around the pond looking at all the frogs and admiring the lily pads.