A little gem of a museum, in town on the edge of the river and not far from the ferry, it is well laid out and easy to get around. Knives, unguents and herbs, bandages and methods of mummification are explained and can be seen. You'll be amazed at the process involved and probably pity the priest who had to do the dirty work. Nothing here is boring. This museum is well worth a visit
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