We spent a little over two hours touring the museum, which is very well presented with English explanations under most displays, several interactive exhibits and an audio guide which cost an extra €2. Parking in the town for the casual visitor is a bit of a hassle as it requires a local permit displayed on the dashboard. The attendant at the museum counter was very helpful in lending us one for the duration of our visit to the museum. It turned out to be an interesting and very informative couple of hours.
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