The staff are enthusiastic and knowledge which adds to the experience. It took a bit of getting used to the fact that you could touch almost all the displays and are encouraged to do so. Children loved all the disgusting information about the plague, medical treatments, smells so they learnt so much about life in the original Hall without realising it. Adults could browse in relative peace and enjoy the contrasting beauty of the building and artefacts.
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