Very modern museum in an old house where the famous fight over the flower pot stimulated the independence movement. They have at various times and days English speaking guides. Our guide was charming and very enthusiastic and knowledgeable about the history of the house. Exhibits were interactive -- waving your hand over certain spots on neighborhood models would change the scene. In two rooms films played on the walls, ceiling and floor, so you felt like you were really there. There's an amazing statue of the two men fighting and a little boy watching. It was a fun and educational experience, and I noticed that all of the children there enjoyed the museum enormously.
There was a small fee, free for senior citizens.
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