We went to the museum, which is free although it has limited hours. We had no trouble finding on street parking. You get two hours, and not a second more or you will get a ticket ($35) but you can easily see everything in less than that time.
On Saturdays they have a special tour of the house which is free but limited to 15 people. Its interesting and you can also view the gardens from the windows. The gardens are not free of charge,
The artwork on display was from 900 BC to 500AD approximately, yet it was all in such good condition that you would never guess the age.
We went with 3 teenagers, and we all found this interesting. You could try your hand at stone sculpting, see 2000 year old bling, chuckle at some absurdities, or just appreciate the intrinsic quality of the artwork and craftsmanship.
They didn't seem to mind photography.
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