This museum is an eye opening experience from start to finish. The cost is minimal and it is easy to spend several hours if you are interested in history. Some of the videos were very graphic, and listening to the interviews of people who lived through this time brought a tear to the eye. The displays are well done and informative, the basement interrogation rooms have such a feeling of hopelessness, it is really a very moving and emotional experience. I am very glad I went. I was behind a tour group of students, and it can get crowded, so allow ample time to see everything.
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