Buy tickets at prescribed times to avoid frantic queuing although the day we went, 14th December - the exhibition was far from crowded although the week before my son and girlfriend went and the exhibition was far too busy to be enjoyable. The exhibition itself is very dark and if you don't have a good command of English written and spoken language you can forget it because ALL the descriptions of the scenes and costumes are in English - no French, German, Italian, Japanese, Chinese, Arabic or Spanish which is rather surprising. Entrance to the first hall is not signposted or controlled so there is a general melee of people going in opposite directions and jostling to see the costumes and getting quite angry in the process. The 2nd hall is basically the same as there is no prescribed route until you get to the final hall where you join a snail pace queue of people - generally non English speaking tourists who unfortunately haven't a clue what the display information says so they have a full scale conversation and thus hold up the queue which is VERY frustrating ! There appears to be no audio accompaniment or descriptions available. A static display - not particularly inspiring and quite expensive for what it is - I would not want to pay so much to be jostled around the 3 halls. Disappointing really - not particularly imaginative - have seen better displays. Remember to look UP for the Batman costume and also you just may miss Catwoman crouching on a roof virtually out of sight just before you go out of the exit !!! Takes about 2 hours to get around due to ~"queueing" and although there are some seats in the halls they are few and far between. One thing - the exhibition IS wheelchair friendly and disabled persons can at least get close up to the costumes so this is a major plus
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