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Very interesting museum about the struggles the Macedonian people went through. Info boards are both in Macedonian and English but some things are either not (maps, names, newspapers) or not fully translated (info boards with spelling mistakes or missing info) There is an option to have a free guide which we didn't take and we advise you take one unless you have a personal guide. The museum is beautifully built with nice set pieces and stunning paintings of famous moments. My personal opinion (without having a real guide): The museum tries hard to raise national pride for Macedonia and is probably hiding some lesser nice things the biggest national party did. It felt a bit too coloured in favour of the vmro. A local guide might have helped painting the full picture more but we thought the info boards would suffice (which it didn't). We really started to understand the struggle the Macedonians went through and why they are so protective over their name, culture and land. I really recommend the museum to everyone. Advise for the museum keepers: - Go over your translations again to correct spelling mistakes - add more info boards - translate the maps showing where the fights were (we managed to decipher it on our own but it would've been faster if we had a translation ready)
It it newly renovated so everything looked good. There are wax sculptures inside that you can check out. I think that you have to pay a fee for visit. I was only in the area where they do wedding registration so I didn't pay anything and that is why I don't know the exact amount of the ticket.
The exhibition was interesting... a bit too much reading but overall well presented with life size wax statues. The only reason why I did not rate this place 5* was due to being told by the museum personnel that if we pay the full price we will have an English guide. However after doing so we were never provides with the guide nor an audio-guide. A person of our group went to ask and was told that the English guide are the 'English written signs'. Eventhough I would recommend this museum, I felt a bit cheated.
The museum is rather large and costs 300 denar full price and 120 denar for students. Going with the guided tour left me with mixed feelings. The guide did mention some information that is not written on the exhibits however he spoke extremely fast and it was a struggle to understand the things he was trying to say or to even piece the history together. It was just a monotonous regurgitation of his script or something. He went through the exhibit rather quickly as well. He seemed like he wanted to get the tour over and done with. To be honest, the museum is pretty impressive with original articles and many wax figures. I would love to take my time and read more on the information written at each exhibits
Organised, pretty and tidy. There were a few English signs that helped you understand what was going on at the time but not enough