This was an important visit for us as Australians and is accessible by train and a bus which stops out front. The older children understood the significance of the visit but probably not suitable for children under school age. You are unable to take photos inside the museum and you need to pay a small fee for the audio tour which is worth listening to. It is a quiet and solemn place and certainly opens ones eyes to the tragedies experienced by those involved.
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