As others have noted, this is a small museum but it is packed with displays. The audio doesn't explain every display but if it did you might be there for 4 hours instead of two. Language tours are available but can get very crowded--20+ which doesn't work well for the small rooms. For someone who knows very little about the Reformation this is a great overview, for those who know more and want more depth it may be frustrating. Yes, some of the audio players were temperamental so just keep at them and they eventually get it right! Don't miss the choir room which allows you to select various sacred music pieces to play--it is tucked behind/at the end to the left of one of the last rooms to visit. Yes, it is pricey but if you are a Senior/Student there is a great discount but you have to ask.
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