I was interested to see how the museum had been improved seeing as it was closed for so long. My husband and I enjoyed our visit but I think this is because we already had a basic knowledge of the history. I felt that children would end up with quite a distorted view of historical periods without some guidance, as so many are included. There are many truly fascinating exhibits and the building itself is remarkable. We probably will return in a year or two for another visit on a rainy Sunday. One other minor comment , and forgive me I know it is pedantic, is that there is a spelling error on the very first information board by the entrance. The spelling is 'metre' not 'meter'!
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