A well laid out and informative museum, hands on activities suitable for children and adults. The staff member was friendly and informative, and spoke very good English. The film at the start of the visit could not be started, which was a pity. However from the description of how it is displayed perhaps that was a good thing. Switching between screens is not ideal. The rest of the audiovisual presentations were working and were highly informative as was the sensory activities.
The frescoes in the building and the building itself are a reminder of how rich the culture is in this country. It is worth a visit if you are travelling through the area.
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