I like rugby but not a die hard fan so was not sure how much I was going to enjoy the attraction when friends arranged a visit. I was also expecting a shrine to Danie Craven. I have to say I was pleasantly surprised from the beginning to the very end. When you enter there are interactive games which are very entertaining and physically challenging. These games were very impressive and would be. great wow factor for the kids, I would imagine the games could keep kids and adults busy for more than an hour. Then on the first floor on for the museum material. Each display is technologically driven, very cool. One display to Danie Craven and that's all. Lots of information on politics of rugby in terms of separate development for the different groups. The movie at the end was a grand finale. Amazed at the level technological sophistication found at the museum , would be of interest even to non rugby fans. Words of advise, chose to visit when the attraction is not going to be busy so that you can enjoy every facet of the museum and take your time to enjoy. Very well the entrance fee.
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