At £7 an adult to get in, it does seem a bit of a rip off when this should be a public building, and after paying it and having a look around I do think the price is a little steep. It was however quite interesting to look around the building, although I would have liked some sort of guide book (I'm not fussed on audio guides, I can't skip the boring/obvious bits) to explain the layout, the phases of the building and those sorts of things. There was plenty to take pictures of though, and there were no restrictions either you're free to take as many pictures as you like!
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