This tiny place could more aptly be called an "Information Center" than a "Museum." It consists of two small rooms: one containing displays related to the history and use of the coca leaf, and the other containing displays of traditional costumes worn in various traditional dances. An accompanying video (available in various languages) regarding the dances is shown. Note, however, that the labels describing the displays are for the most part in English only.
In sum, this place is "kind of interesting" and worth the price (and the hour or so of your time) if you happen to be in Puno already.
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