I think that the first time visitor would enjoy the little piece of history stored in this great museum ..it will give a good impression of the city and its history ...I liked the way the exhibits were displayed and loved seeing the old roof beam structures. This has been put together really nicely. One of the exhibits that caught my interest especially was the long 'frieze' created by Oliver Postgate and Naomi Linnell to narrate the famous story of Thomas Becket. It is 60 feet (15.5 m) long and would appeal to old and young alike. Murder in the Cathedral.
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