Definitely interesting especially if you've never see a coach or carriage up close and personal. For those with a technical bent (like my husband), you'll find the construction details fascinating (like carriages resting entirely on heavy duty leather straps). For the non technical people (like me), it got a bit redundant by the second room/hall but still interesting with coaches/carriages (some rare) spanning the XVIII to XIX centuries including related artifacts. The piece de resistance is halfway through the musuem - the amazingly restored Crown Carriage used in the state visit of her Majesty the Queen Elizabeth II in 2007 (gold gilded, red velvet, grandiose sculptures - what more would you want in a carriage!). The building itself also has some beautiful artwork throughout.
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