This is a wonderful museum, with enormous amounts of information and archeological displays. Note that although there are many displays with English, there are also many that are only in Spanish!
They offer audio guides as well, which is a good option. We spent about an hour and a half and only covered the first of two levels. We went on a Saturday, which might have been a mistake as there were an enormous amount of kids. There were some school kids there as well...one group of teenage school kids were particularly bothersome. They kept approaching us asking if they could take our picture. How odd is that. We said no and couldn't figure out what kind of game they were up to. The school leaders did nothing to curtail them and we were approached multiple times.
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