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This free museum (£4 if you want the Camera Obscura) was a wee hidden gem. We stumbled across it by accident rather than design and it was a brilliant find.
It is a museum with a very wide range of artifacts, so something to interest...More
This place reminds me of how museums used to be when I was a kid! Lots of glass cases with a variety of exhibits and lots of reading required to get the best out of it.
However it is free to enter and as the...More
Having read some adverts, seen an article about the museum I was intrigued. One review said not to go in the rain and I would echo that suggestion as they don't open the camera in adverse conditions.
After seeing the weather report for sunshine we...More