The entry fee is paltry, and the exhibits inside are quite good and informative. The museum is housed in a historic fort structure which is noteworthy in itself, one of few structures surviving from pre-1950 days. The exhibits in the below-ground section are the better ones, but unfortunately they are very poorly lit; everything is so dark, it's hard to see much. Aside from that, a very well spent hour or so to give one a sense of what life was like before the skyscrapers took over.
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