OK this is not 5 star as in The Louvre or Uffizi but in terms of a provincial gallery come museum the displays are attractively and carefully put together with a mixture of the whimsical and profound that make a visit here really worthwhile, enjoyable and sometimes thought-provoking.
A real effort has been made to appeal to and involve children with desk areas in the galleries where they can draw and be taught to observe what's on display. The building itself is attractive and with the facilities on hand it makes a visit here a really pleasant experience.
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