We walked to the museum from Friars Carse - rather wet and muddy in places but we were well kitted up. We were greeted by an army of volunteers and taken into a warm cosy room with a big dining table where some volunteers were drinking tea. We joined the blather until we were taken to another building to watch a short DVD and look around the museum. A volunteer waited outside until we'd finished watching the DVD and then talked us through items of particular interest in the display cabinets. The manager of the volunteers then took us to another building and talked through other items of interest. We were able to ask as many questions as we liked. We had a great time in this small but interesting museum, learnt lots and couldn't fault the service we were given. Wednesdays are definitely the best time to go as that's when the volunteers come in to help.
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