I enjoyed the interactive museum, and in particular the simulation of an earthquake! The tour is all in Spanish, so it would be helpful to have a translator if you don't speak the language. The tour is long, but keeps your attention by changing rooms and topics of history quickly. On a hot day, it would make for a nice change because it is all indoors and out of the sun. The entrance fee is very reasonable, you get what you pay for. That said, some people in our family group didn't like museums, and this didn't appeal to them.