We went on a Saturday and the centre was being curated by schoolchildren. This was a great opportunity to involve young people in the community. The centre has two rooms, one focusing on death, the other on life in Ancient Egypt. Because of the focus on being accessible to all ages there were exhibits there i have not seen, or at least not noticed, in larger museums, such as what numerals and other mathematical symbols looked like. Well worth a visit.
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