This museum houses a sampling of ethnographic collections including dance masks and costumes, sculpture, textiles, paintings and archaeological artifacts. If you have any interest in history, or Balinese culture, it is definitely worth the visit, just don't expect to find yourself in a large world-class type of museum. Because it is a smaller collection, however, you can actually see, read about, and absorb each item in a 1 - 2 hour visit. The grounds and buildings themselves are also quite impressive.
You may find yourself in the company of a "guide" as soon as you purchase your ticket. After reading reviews here we were prepared for this. When approached we simply asked if he was working with the museum and when he said no, we thanked him, but said we would prefer to go on by ourselves, at which point he returned to the entrance.
There are a couple of other points of interest nearby including a coral temple next door, a large park across the street, and lots of shopping on the streets around.
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