I very much enjoyed my visit to the Eptisom Museum. It's small and easily viewed in a half hour. The displays are well marked and interesting and the museum has a very nice gift shop.
Very insightful and informative, self service museum. If you are interested how, when and who, this is the place you will get answers to your questions about Belau, its people, the War and all the beautiful animal and plants that live on and around this island group. Also it is a good place to buy souvenirs and small gifts to... More
This is a 5-star place. Stunning displays with great descriptions. Allow at least 30-45 minutes here. It is privately owned, and well funded. What a collection. The gift shop is like nothing else in Palau... but watch the prices.
Be sure to read my review of the Belau National Museum as well. Visit the Etpison museum to see well done and polished displays of native Palau costumes and dress. The displays at this museum are well polished and professionally done, not to say that those at the Belau are not. The difference is the presentation. But do take the... More
This picture is of the National Museum's abai, not the Etpison Museum. You have reversed the two museums' picture. While the national museum offers a great amount of historical items, the etpison Museum is mostly geared, it seems, to sell stuff to tourist and not to enrich their knowledge of Palau.
I stumbled across this museum while walking around Koror after my flight landed. What a great museum it has three floors of cultural and historical displays that cover all of the vast micronesian island groups from the Northern Marianas all the way down to the Line Islands and everything inbetween. For $5 admission I spent two hours there and could... More
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