The exhibition of Georgian dress is wonderful if the history of costume is your sort of thing. The free audio guide is worth taking, but you need to read all the captions too as there is so much historical information. It took us an hour and a half to get round. There is a dressing up area that people were really enjoying and also a desk with cards and feltpens to design your own dress. There is an exhibition of Belleville Sassoon dresses too and cases with clothes for each decade of the late 20th century but the audio guide didn't say much about these. The assembly rooms are, well, large nicely decorated rooms.
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