I really enjoyed this attraction, which presents a slice-of-life of this tucked-away community, as well as keeping a tradition enduring. The museum-keepers are welcoming - they showed us mask-making and rug-hooking in progress, and fed us homemade fudge. The masks are beautiful, and the multimedia exhibits are captivating. Fun for all ages.
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