I was most impressed by the textile portion of this museum. My wife and I spent about 3 hours in this museum. We are not big textile people but we really enjoyed reading about the different designs and spent a long time looking at the drawers of different textiles in the first room. We were not that thrilled by the mask exhibit but spent a long time in the pottery section. We both speak Spanish so the lack of English information was not an issue but as of July the museum had no English captioning. If you want to take pictures you pay an extra fee. There were some really impressive pottery pieces and a very nice breakdown of the different cultures that produced it, as well as the process of making pottery.
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