An english-speaking guide wasn't on hand so we wandered around by ourselves and what a fun experience it was! There is a strange contrast between the grounds and the museum, given the past history as a prison with illustrative references to the torture practices - and then the mythical characters displayed throughout. The characters are all crudely made and very pantomimey in appearance, which kids would love (along with big kids like me), and walking through the rooms can feel a little spooky at times (weird haunting audio, dolls, and sinister past). An interesting day out for sure!
The museum closed at 5pm (Sunday).
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