Small low budget little place but worth taking the look. Cheap entry and lovely to get cool. Sure the money will go to helping improve the exhibit too. Plenty on history of the area and the animals and creatures that inhabit. Keen focus on conservation and it clearly does a lot of work with local groups and children based on the upstairs exhibits and focuses on trying to ensure people respect and conserve the natural world.
Some fossils, models and real examples of the natural world.
Curious and traditional little building. We enjoyed it even for a 40 minute wander we both learned a thing or two and we're glad we contributed if even a little.
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