We skipped the modern and Canadian section and went straight to the Levels 3 and 4. These exhibits were 19th and 20th century European Art and Masterprints of the Fifteenth through the Seventeenth Century. There were some excellent Italian, English, and French works here. The gallery was a nice size, and it took us a full hour just to go through two sections. Admission was free, so if you have any interest in art whatsoever, this gallery is worth your time.
We bought most of our souvenirs at the museum shop. I found a beautiful French journal, Christmas cards (in English), an artsy calendar, and a few gifts (notecards with paintings on them).