This museum has been put together so well. Its interactivity means that you have an intensely personal experience and anything that you want to focus on comes with a very knowledgable and interesting commentary that really adds to the experience. At times the stories told and the exhibits seen are moving and harrowing but it is done in a way that is sensitive and overall it is well worth a thorough visit. The way that the museum is laid out means that although you may be aware that other people are there, at times you feel completely alone and absorbed in the exhibits. It was just fantastic and I've learnt so much and gained a whole new respect for the organisation and their volunteers.
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