My friend and our 4 children were warmly greeted upon arrival by Ronnie who immediately set the children a task, which successfully captured their attention. The museum is well laid out with the small cottage where Andrew Carnegie was born, and larger area full to the brim with information presented in different forms. There is a refreshment area, and toilets. Free admittance and parking right outside makes this a great place to visit with or without children.
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