They have a nice, free musuem about weaving traditions. I wish I could have had someone give us tour and explain more about it, though I did read all of the signs.
While the prices in the store are high, I can say that I didn't see any comparable items for sale in the markets in Cusco, Aguas Calientes or Pisac during the remainder of my trip. So you if see something here that you love, I would recommend getting it instead of hoping to find it for less at one of the markets. At least you know this is a fair trade establishment.
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