Visited here on the 4th April, with 2 girls aged 7 and 9. Although billed as quite scary and looking forward to being scared we were a little disappointed on the fear factor. The place itself is very interesting and you wonder from room to room and enjoy the experience of the actors playing relevant roles and a some audience participation. It was quite an educational visit so on that basis great, but not really that scary. Just to put this into some relevancy, the girls enjoy fairground rides and are not that easily scared, maybe this would be scary for some more sensitive kids. In summary worth it for the education but not the thrills.
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