Like many attractions in Minsk, English was not available. Not even at the ticket office. Unfortunately, we visited only part of the museum that was devoted to Belarus history. We were disappointed. The museum was limited in scope. It covered a feudal period, jumped to fashions, then to trade, retail and ended with a currency display. Our visit to the museum would have been enhanced with English descriptions. The museum tended to use only English labels.. An English guide would no doubt improved our visit. However, no guide service was offered to us..
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