The museum looks small from the outside and when we visited it actually looked closed. We knocked on the door and waited a few moments and were greeted by the one employee (he had to leave the counter for a moment and locked the front door while he was away). He gave us a very good overview of the museum (3 stories of exhibits) and then invited us to see a short video which I would recommend in seeing. This museum needs to be supported by the local community and tourists because the information it presents is important.
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