I visited this on 28th July 2011. It was a little smaller than I expected but had some good exhibits nonetheless. Remember to look up at the painted ceilings as you go in! I found it very interesting seeing the ration tins, equipment and crampons etc. but the thing that surprised me the most was that towards the end of the exhibition, there were photos and letters of Scott's expedition that were incredibly poignant and moving; I don't mind admitting to welling up a little as I read extracts, the men were so brave in such difficult circumstances. Well worth a visit if you have an hour or two to spare.
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