Good Indoor Photography Locations

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    Hi, I'm taking a family photo (14 people) in a week and they are looking for both outdoor (no problem) and indoor shots...does anyone have any good ideas for indoor? This will be taken on a Saturday. I was thinking of the conservatory in St. Paul, although there are signs posted saying "no professional photography allowed". Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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    Sounds like you wish the signs at St. Pauls looked like this:

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    what kind of gear are you planning on bringing?
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    Well, the date you were going to shoot is past, but for next time try arboretums. I dot some pretty good shots inside the various arboretums\buildings at Longwood Gardens in PA. And when you are done you can shoot all the outside stuff.
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