Fee: Free for the main exhibit
Time: With little ones it's best to dip in and out or find some ...(we play eye spy and my little ones have to find e.g the ballerina, a dragon etc)
Bathroom facilities: There are toilets on both floors.
Stirs/lift: There is a wonderful spiral staircase from he main entrance that leads to the gift shop! There is also a glass lift that goes downstairs.
Wheelchair Access: There is disabled parking opposite the entrance (you could miss it) and everything is nicely spaced out so you have lots of room to explore.
Lockers/storage: When you enter there is a room available to leave your belonging if you so wish. Not sure how secure it is though.
Food: There is a cafe but the service is very poor.
1. Currently they have a massive blackboard that you (kids) can contribute to.
2. Lots of events on throughout the year and in school holidays
3. Sometimes they have pictures of a sculpture to colour in and then kids have to find it. It is wonderful - a proper art hunt!
4. Get a ticket from reception so you can park for free in the designated areas around the entrance of the art centre.
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