The Museum that belongs in a museum. I have a special place in my heart for this place.
However, the refurb really didn't deliver the update I was expecting. There is still exhibits, with props in them, made from a packet of saxo stuffing that went out of date in 1982!
My favourite attraction is and has always will be the bee hive. however it seems that on my last visit all the bees were dying. I hope this gets sorted out soon
on the plus side the grounds and the building are a pleasure to walk around, and I will keep visiting and supporting this local attraction
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