If you are interested in these periods of history, you can spend many educational hours here. There are three floors of exhibits that lead you from Viking times all the way through to present day archaeological projects.
The Viking floor was a little scanty, but the medieval floor was much more in depth. Unfortunately, while we were there, there were hordes of unruly and unmonitored teenagers which made it difficult to get around. Still, we learned a lot. There are some fun interactive exhibits such as brass rubbings and throwing tomatoes at a poor soul locked up in the stocks.
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