We went without a tour. You can have a look at the library rooms through an open door, with it's rows of book shelves and colorful ceiling and wall paintings. They also have preserved animal and shells on display like a hammer shark and a DODO! Those were especially interesting for the kids. There was a shelf with "books" we thought were rotting, but there were actually little boxes made of trees and plants that contained that specific plants "genetic" information as in leaves, seeds, bark, etc. Very cool! Although not speaking English, the older ladies "told" us about books, Dodo, etc. Very friendly and enthusiastic.
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