We enjoyed the exhibits and the temporary exhibition called "The body".
We liked the fact that there was life inside the musem, a piano, people preparing for a musical performance. We liked the way the museum was organised.
The size of the museum was the right one. It had a great variety of exhibits for the parents to appreciate, but it was not long enough for the kids to get bored.
Only drawback that there weren't enough explanatory captions, since we wanted to know more about the exhibits we were looking at.
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