This is a fine social history museum with some intriguing things in the collection. The display is imaginative, a series of micro-environments designed to transport you to various different times and sections of society. The result is a slightly claustrophobic jumble of small, dimly lit enclosures that can make you confused about chronology. The entrance is modern and spacious with high-tech digital projections, but then you move into the main part of the museum which is crammed with actual stuff, not touch-screen computers. I love to see real things like this, not interactive virtual displays.
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