I'm very happy in how they have changed the place, when I was little my grandmother used to take us to tea with the Manin. It was a little daunting. So when it was turned into a museum, I nervously went to visit but I needn't have had any fears, they have done a wonderful job. And every Christmas, we make a couple of trips. Usually to see the exhibition which is always marvellous. And quite often we go around the park which is glorious, we happily spot red and black squirrels amongst other things. There is also a delightful exhibition of cribs and outside in the last few years, the local primary schools have had a theme to follow and make these inventive creations out of recycling.
Last Christmas, I noticed the disabled access as my mother has become less mobile. And the lifts work and it's all pretty satisfactory.
I highly recommend a visit.
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