The museum, while small, describes how kites were used during the war, and their history. Kites displayed from different countries, are colorful and interesting, though limited. Gift shop has lots of kites for sale. I was glad the admission was so reasonable, as we were not compelled to spend much time there. Kids would probably enjoy the hands on part.
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