The Chester Beatty Library is inviting. There is an engaging self-guided set up with lots of information on what you are seeing. It is an impressive collection to say the least. A collection of texts, items, manuscripts, paintings, scrolls etc from Asia to the Western world. The top floor featured items arrange in dedication and explanation of religions across the world. Very interesting.
There was a limited time exhibit on Parisan fashion prints from the early 1900s which I felt really lucky to see. A beautiful exhibit.
I didn't eat at the cafe there but it seemed reasonably priced for the set menu items, and also seemed well used by visitors.
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