I went to the Robert WAN Pearl Museum twice. The first time was a surprise. On Sunday morning my husband and I were walking around the harbor on the Boulevard and spotted the museum. I had it on my list of places to visit the next day since it was not open on Sunday. To our surprise, we saw people inside and were invited in. We both enjoyed the exhibit, learning a lot about pearls in general and black ones in particular. To our surprise, though we expected this free museum to be a hook into a retail shop, nobody offered to show us any of the high-priced merchandise on display.
The next day I returned with a friend who was equally delighted with the displays, and again, if we had asked, we could have tried on necklaces or earrings, but there were obviously no expectations of that. Don't miss this fascinating experience!
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