This museum is really small-- maybe about 5 rooms, but they do a good job of explaining the clothes worn by the different groups in the area. Since I had just come back from Tarabucco, it was interesting seeing an explanation of the clothing and crafts I had seen there. I literally read everything in the museum in about 25 minutes though. It costs 10Bs to get in and additional money if you want to take photos. They also have a woman sitting in one of the first rooms doing some of the traditional weaving which was really interesting to see. I cannot imagine the attention to detail these artisans have!
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