Well, do you want me to tell you the surprises? There are a few very shocking objects in there.
But I'll try to make a desciption for the rest.
There are two or three cottages or tents made from leather and wood. This museum is structured in 4 parts : the learning, the life, the war and the religion (this last part is the shocking area). Every part contains specific objects: children clothes and toys for the first part, cooking ustensils, jewelery, all kind of objects with sexual meaning, adult clothes etc for the second part, weapons and hunting things, also different objects which are inspiring power (for the leader) in the third part and of course funeral and shaman objects for the fourth.
There are two very big floors and you can see all kind of multimedia presentations on some monitors.
I loved their clothes and ceramics, their masks and power inspiring objects. All it's very impressive when you know that their great civilisations are extinct now and that makes you think twice about propagating our christian habits and tradions worldwide (or on other planets soon i hope