We had not planned on visiting this but we had a few hours free so decided to give this a try. We were surprised they charge $12 per person - a little too expensive - plus $3 for an optional audio guide. My husband and daughter both didn't want one so I was the only one who got the audio. Good thing because they just borrowed it when I was reading the explanations of the displays. The first section of 1000 Buddhas was impressive. What are shown are mostly history of temples, kings and Buddhas. Our teen daughter and another younger kid I saw visiting did not look bored and in fact looked intent in watching the videos shown. As what is expected of a museum, it was educational, and this was worth a visit.
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