This place is well worth a visit, but I hope you get a guide whose English isn't monotone. The sweet young woman who guided us couldn't even be understood by the Indian Guide who brought us here. And she was tone deaf as bar stool when it came to gauging our interest in learning less about anything. She had her set piece to deliver about each item and even though we were wandering ahead, she had to go through it. Had we been prepared to be assertive about what we wanted to see and know, it would have made this a much more enjoyable experience for us.
As it was, it is a terrific museum with lots of interesting items, which were well understood by our guide, near as we could tell, and most of them in very good condition. As it was we still learned a lot about earlier lifestyles and the trappings involved, although we were totally exhausted after nearly two hours of trying to make sense of what the lovely young woman was going on about.
Do visit, by all means, but be prepared.
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