Visiting Newcastle for the class reunion this weekend after moving away 30 years ago. We visited Anna Miller Museum and were informed that my daughter and I would have to leave our holstered pistols in the car due to their no firearms policy. As a political subdivision (a museum district) it would appear that their blanket firearms prohibition violates state preemption. I informed them of this in person at the museum, but they didn't care citing the old, "there are children here." I guess they don't want to set a good example of obeying laws for the children there.
Can anyone from the area help getting them to comply with state preemption?