We visited on an August afternoon and thoroughly enjoyed two very informative tours with so much on view. The rooms for free flow were also packed with exhibits and you come away wondering why it is not more widely known and better supported. Prices are certainly reasonable and there is no commercial pressure once you are inside.
The gardens too are well worth exploring and you will find the afternoon disappears rapidly, providing you refuel at the tearoom at some stage.
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