We visited the museum which is well laid out. The children were fascinated with the timelines and the whole idea of evolution. The Lucy skeleton fascinated them and they tried to walk in the preserved footprints, Initially there were A4 cards with a narrative in English but these became increasingly difficult to follow and then scarce. The videos an displays showing the development of hand tools real engaged them as did the reconstructions including the massive giant deer. The top floor was less engaging until you came to the engravings and other artefacts. The children looked with disbelief at the fertility symbols "daddy that looks like a ....." the carvings were an interesting contrast to the cave paintings they had already seen. The view from the top over the valley is good.
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