The entry fee is very affordable at three euros, but it is still not worth it. The exhibits are organized according to five themes, rather than being organized chronologically, which causes the flow of the museum to seem disjointed. The museum does not have any signs in english or audio-guides available in English. And most importantly, it is not near any of the other major tourist sights in Madrid. The only notable attractions in the museum are an ancient Mayan text and a journal with a first-hand account of an Aztec sacrifice ceremony. These are located at the very end of the self-guided tour, and are not worth the trip and entry fee.
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