I really liked what they are trying to do with this museum - it displays art and objects from the traditional tribes of Ecuador and puts them in context of who made them, what they are used for and what they represent.
However, there is very little information about the objects on display. Some have labels, most don't. Of those that are labelled, half are Spanish only. I suspect the there may have been some kind of accompanying guide book, but I wasn't offered it.
The displays are beautifully presented - I suspect that the objects are ment to be touched and handled, given how they are set out but I couldn't see anything that either confirmed or prohibited this. I touched some of them anyway... There wasn't anyone else around.
There's a nice accompanying shop, but it's a bit expensive.
I was the only person there when I visited which is a shame, it deserves more visitors.
Go - the and make sure you ask about any further information available in English.
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