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While visiting the Twine Ball, you will be able to walk into the gazebo and touch, hug, smell and/or take photographs with it. The museum tells the story of Francis Johnson, shows pictures of his project in progress as well as a collection of newspaper articles written about the Twine Ball. A photo-collage of Weird Al's visit is also available for viewing. The museum also houses many historical objects from the City of Darwin and tells about the town's past. The Twine Ball is open daily in the summertime, 11:00am-7:00pm. Admission is free. Since the Twine Ball is outside, you can still drive past and get a look in the off-season. The shops will just be closed.
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