We went on spec when they were not casting. You have to go to the foundry reception to get someone to come and let you in. We did and a not very communicative lady cane . We were shown a fascinating DVD of the whole process of casting and tuning and then went round the museum. The lady became much more animated as we plies her with question and were obviously interested.
I am not sure that trying to go when the foundry is casting is worth it: the people who commissioned the casting usually get first dibs and we found having the museum to ourselves much better: you see the foundry anyway
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