We did a tour of the whole museum in the afternoon (you can choose to see only a part of it and get a cheaper entrance; the total rate is 6$) and were very pleasantly surprised - I simply wouldn't have expected such a large and beautiful collection on such a small island! The whole site is beautiful and well-groomed but still keeps the atmosphere of the tobacco and cotton farm it once was. We got to see an amazing collection of ceramics, coins and even a bat colony in an ancient tobacco cellar, all the time accompanied by our personal guide, Joel, who knew everything about every piece in the museum and gave an excellent tour. We also loved that we could just cycle home to our accommodation in Moyogalpa after the visit - all in all a perfect afternoon.
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