This is a very extensive collection of artifacts at a reasonable price, but not recommended for children who would become as bored as the staff. The entrance itself must keep out many potential visitors. It is easy to overlook and appears closed with no information about opening hours, prices or what is within. You have to approach an automatic door and enter an unknown space, which leads to the entry desk and shop.
The most interesting item is probably a stool in the left corner of one of the rooms, which a tiny sign tells you was used to smash the vase in the centre of the room (now put together and in a glass case).
Many of the rooms are dimly lit and it can be hard to read the explanatory signs. These are usually in the form of a general sign for the room. Individual items and cases mainly have no signs. In some rooms I could find no indication.
You are expected to go round in a particular order (as in Ikea) so there are barriers to prevent you taking a shortcut to a room of particular interest and no map to tell you where things are.
There is a charming garden off-limits to visitors and a snack and drinks machine.
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