You will be offered a guided tour by a very enthusiastic volunteer. Jump at the chance.. He will point out many items of interest & add a detailed history to them. While this was engaging & fascinating, I now need to revisit the museum again to take in all the very well labeled & interactive exhibits at my own pace. (not that there was any element of hurrying up involved in the guide tour). I would just like to muse solo for a few hours on this unique history of the area. They haven't really got to grips with operating the video presentations in a slick & professional manner. I'm sure they will in the future.
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