I spent far more time here than the average tourist might because I'm both a history and military buff. Be sure not to miss the 20 minute orientation film (in English on request) on the first floor. Some of the exhibits are in need of refurbishing, and the weekday I went the place was nearly deserted. Also on that day none of the English translations of the audio exhibits were operational, but I could see that they were working on the system. I would have given this attraction an "excellent" rating if the English had been working and if the exhibits had been "brushed up" a bit. The English-speaking staff was particularly helpful. Senior discount on admission, and journalists are not only admitted for free, but are also given a guided tour in English on request. Backpacks and large purses and bags must be left on admission.
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