Visited this on the way back north from London. Children wanted to see the actual Newton's famous apple tree as they studied gravity in school. And there it was, the actual tree (still growing - Isaac Newton was born in 1643), still bearing lots of apples.
Interesting visit, especially with the Science Discovery room which children enjoyed. Not a big site. easily explored in half a day or less.
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