You should have enough detailed map to be able to come to this museum, because it is not easy to find.
Admission fee feels a bit too high when you're inside the museum which consists of only one room filled with a collection of more than 2000 various owl objects. A free drink is included in admission.
You are not allowed to take photos of the owl objects...there's an inside bench where photographing only is allowed. The owner gladly helps you to be picture taken if you so like.
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