Family group of 6 all paid the same entrance fee no matter what age, which I think was around £11.00 Each. A total cost of around £66.00. When I asked the young man on the till what there was for a 65 year old to do within he answered "nothing, but you can come back as many times as you want in the next 12 months" On the ground floor we were introduced to the sponsors of the museum, a bank and a leading high street store both of which had mock ups of mini sized outlets for the children to practice spending or banking their money at. My grandchildren were overwhelmed by the noise and unsupervised behaviour of hoards of other children all aimlessly tramping round. I was so surprised to find the first thing greeting my grandchildren was a marketing ploy that I lost interest in the whole event. However remembering I had been told there was nothing within for a 65 year old I looked to my grandchildren for the satisfaction you get from watching children enjoy themselves. Here again I was disappointed I`ve had more pleasure playing tig, or football, or chess with them. We visited the café it was dirty, tables not cleared or cleaned. Food was on the floor not swept up. I couldn`t believe it. I convinced everyone we would be better eating elsewhere and so we did. We will not be going back free or not. MH
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