This is a regional museum, at the top of a hill. It incorporates an old windmill building, and is a museum has so much to offer. The Camera Obscura is well worth a visit, especially on a bright day when amazing views are to be seen of the town. Not all parts of the museum appeared to be easily accessible, but I may be wrong on this.
There is a very good scope of items in the museum, from geology, natural history, and local social and cultural history. It really is well worth a visit.
Last time I was there no entry fee was payable for the museum, but there is a small charge for the Camera Obscura which is at the top of the old windmill.
The staff are very helpful in answering questions, and giving other local information.
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