Nice to see some of the machines which make up the process, many of which were running and were well explained by the staff. A shame some parts of the process are not done here as they would have been in the past. This is the national woollen museum, so I would expect it to show the whole process. There were some good videos running in the cafe area to show more of the story. We had visited without checking the web site before we arrived so were not aware of a "wooly tail trail" the reception staff just sent us on our way to join the tour which had only just started. This may have helped some what as our two little people were less then excited by the tour and what there was to see and do! Very little sign of anything to do for little people.
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