This is basically just a room with a big neon art structure thing in it and a bunch of rocks that glow under UV light and some art work made with it. However, the guy that runs the place knows loads about them and does a pretty interesting talk. It's only 4 or 5 euros and you're in there for around 45 minutes while the guy (who looks kind of like Tommy Chong) talks you through some stuff. It was kind of interesting and it's a chance to get some cool photos. My only complaint is that the room with all the art and rocks in has beams on the ceiling and once he turned the lights off and we just had the UV, my head bounced around between those beams like a pinball. I'm amazed I didn't get a concussion. Recommended though.
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