We visited this 'museum' which in fact is more of an exhibition, I would say, and we all found it well worth visiting. The exhibition was well organized insomuch we each had headsets programmed to your language and paced dependent on where in the 3 main branches of the exhibits you were standing so you could go as quickly or slowly as you wished. Our two teenage daughters enjoyed and took away different things from the experience and I was moved to tears at one stage.
The design of the 3 halls are taken from 3 different designers and so keeps you interested to the end.
We took an hour and a half to go around. You need a parking permit to park nearby, bought in a tabac or petrol stn. The kind traffic warden gave us a handwritten pass as we asked them where to park but this was unoffocial!!!
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