When you are visiting Dumfries and you want an unusual but brilliant day out for your entire family then the visitor attraction that I am about to review is the place for you, and that place is Dumfries Museum and Camera Obscura in Dumfries Scotland.
I visited the museum today and had a great time.
The highlights of the visit are the Curling Connections exhibition which is on to coincide with the World Senior Curling championships which are being held in Dumfries, the Dumfries a Royal Burgh exhibition on the first floor museum and the biggest highlight of them all, the Camera Obscura itself which is in the topmost floor of the museum.
Other good points of the museum are that the staff are friendly and the welcome is warm.
If you do visit the museum I would recommend going on a dry day as the Camera Obscura only operates weather permitting and the walk up to the observatory is exhausting, and I would recommend going as part of a group as the Camera Obscura presentation is more informative when you are part of the group.
Overall I enjoyed my visit
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