My granddaughter (5) was fascinated by this place. The beautiful mineral and fossil specimens were a source of great delight, but she learned a lot as well. For example, seeing and touching specimens or replicas of dinosaurs and their bones made her realise for the first time that these were not scarry pretend creatures but had actually once lived. And the adults picked up a lot too, even granddad who had spent his whole working life as a geologist. A previous reviewer used the expression 'Aladdin's Cave' - my very words on entering. They just don't do museums like this any more, usually for good reason, but here it works. Yes, though it is literally dusty, it is never boring. The shop is worth sometime as well. The entry charge is minimal and, if you want somewhere to take the kids on a wet Anglesey afternoon, look no further. Drawbacks? Well, you have to keep you eyes open or you will easily pass it as the road sign is none too prominent.
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