It's not really a museum - there is one apartment sized room. Here's how it goes:
a) There is a timeline that is a wall of text and the guide reads it out loud to you
b) There are several replicas of famous diamonds - shown for size only
c) The 'guide' plays a corny 5-minute movie about the 4Cs on a small TV screen
d) Then you are shown to the 'workshop' where the diamond workers are doing their thing - which for us consisted primarily of empty chairs because everyone had already left
e) This portion lasts ~10 minutes. You are then shepharded into the sales showroom, where you shown diamonds that you likely have no intention of buying. Awkwardly you have ask the tour guide to let you out as the room is locked.
Our 'guide' was nice and did the best she could, and is the only reason why this place gets 2 stars. Skip this. For sure.
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