We went here on a non-holiday weekday around 11:30. The place isn't very well labelled and everything seems to be closed. What I would assume was the museum had a "tiada" sign on the door and was closed. Restaurant was also closed. A few people were out in the field, but there just didn't seem to be anything to see, nor anyone interested in guiding visitors. So besides being a 5 minute photo op for us, it was a big let down. I was hoping for this to be interesting for the kids, but we were just disappointed.
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