I made the mistake of coming here on mid-autumn festival, so it was really busy, queued for twenty minutes for a ticket but after that no real problems. The museum was good, don't get me wrong, but a little worn around the edges. The exhibits in glass display cabinets were good but the glass was filthy, thousands of sweaty hands everyday and no obvious signs of cleaning. Many descriptions were damaged or illegible which only added to the sense of neglect. The stuff on display was amazing but the experience could have been so much better. I also object to paying extra to see a "temporary exhibit" that has been there since 2010!
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