Young or old, history buff or not, this site is not to be missed. Everyone will find something that interests them. We went mid-afternoon on a Sunday in early May and it was not very crowded, so we enjoyed an relaxed, unhurried visit. (The line to get in moves quickly - don't let it deter you.) The audio tour is definitely worth having, lots of information given. The museum is very good, too. The day we went, there were a few period actors chatting with the visitors which we thought added a nice personal dimension to what otherwise might be another old building. Plan to spend at least a couple of fascinating hours.
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