The museum was a real eclectic mix of items and subjects, but most interesting. You could see a wooden long boat of over 3000 years old, or a gallery full of 1000 modern and ancient items, without labels grouped into displays of like minded objects. Natural history demonstrated with hundreds of stuffed animals in their natural habitat. I became separated from my friends, as I meandered, wandering past mummies to left and right, eventual destination sitting in a room with Bonnie Prince Charlie, as he composed and read out his letter from the battle front, a strange experience.
The art was also very good, I found the paintings of volcanic eruptions very atmospheric and beautifully painted. The whole collection well worth seeing.
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