Wonderful exhibition, with great audio visuals and interactive displays for all ages. There's a fun video game at the end where you help save the Earth from a Comet.
We walked past the marine biology exhibition, not realising that the photographs of plankton along the walls inside and outside the building, were it - the exhibition we were looking for. It wasn't featured properly.
We found ourselves in the restaurant saying "Is that it?". We expected to see the observatory, the castle, etc. The attraction is housed in a few rooms that could be anywhere.
It is very difficult to find - even using satnav, as it is in a residential area. Signposts in the area are tiny, brown, and very easy to miss.
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