We made an appointment for a guided tour by a very knowledgeable volunteer a day ahead of time through their website. I let them know ahead of time that we were bringing our mature, well behaved and attentive gifted grandchildren, ages 6 and 8, with us. There is much attentive listening to do at this facinating museum but I am happy we went and will return again and again as we found it informative as well as facinating. The children reported to their teachers that they learned about how alphabets have been created for places that didn't have a written language.
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