The exterior is not dull as suggested in previous reviews. It's a classic 1920s art deco building, the door being at the rear and all the fantastic detail above it. Only came here to find the tourist information, but ended up inside and exploring for an hour. The detail in the murals, the marbled decorative flooring, and the retro lighting is a delight to the eyes, and when coupled with many locals dressed in native dress (some historical event going on upstairs with the children) it gave you a fantastic sense of the history of the place.
Oh and before I forget, it's free. In a city where the cost of living/tourism is so high this was a blessing!
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