don't get me wrong. this is a high end, 1st rate, beautiful museum.
the collection, although sometimes repetitive, is organized according to the different theming of the museums sections.
each gold piece has a reason to be placed in the museum and are accompanied by detailed information.
each exhibit is well illuminated and it offers audiovisual guides, short films and a small 2 minute "attraction" that makes use of audio and lighting to creat some nice effects.
people who are knowledgeable in this culture, it's history and have seen similar yet obviously not so great exhibits, should skip this museum altogether or take a quick 30 minute walkthrough since it might get repetitive and boring.
the museum does offer a guided tour that can enhance the visit for first timers.
the site has a great coffee shop downstairs called san alberto which is highly recommended.
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