We spent a full morning touring with our two teenagers during a Spring Break. There was something for all of us to enjoy and learn about. The layout and space in each exhibit hall makes the whole experience enjoyable even with crowds.
We were thrilled that the Magna Carta was on special exhibit when we were there. Both of our teenagers had learned about it at school and seeing it made them talk about what they had learned. The two women that were working in period dress, were very informative. They encouraged us to get involved with the various artifacts. You could hear their passion as they told stories about that period of time. They helped make this an experience our family will never forget.
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