As stated this was our second visit. It should required viewing for all school children in our country. Our first visit was cut short so we made sure that we had set aside plenty of time to be able to spend time to assimilate the information. The history portrayed is put over in such an accessible way that I defy anyone not to come away with at least a better understanding of how people have struggled for the rights we take so much for granted.
The exhibits are set out in sections and flow very well into each other. Maps of the flow are available and I recommend taking one as sometimes on corners it is not always clear which route to take.
The ground floor changing exhibition area was displaying the history of the Co-Operative society this was also fascinating.
The volunteers are very knowledgeable and very approachable.
I would urge anyone with an interest in history to go.
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