We purchased a city museum pass which was great value. The Justice and Police Museum was my favourite. I loved the old sandstone buildings, the displays, subject, photos and information. One of the staff, Naomi, was our Guide the day before at Susanna Place, so she shared with us some more of her knowledge and stories, which she conveyed so well. I loved the City of Shadows exhibition, being interested in photography and law, the Curator emphasises aspects and small details of photos, some quite gruesome and sad, but it moves on quickly enough to the next photo that it wasn't overly distressing. Whist visually interesting...showing detail of streets, buildings, house interior and exteriors, clothing, possessions, cars etc it also created curiosity about the lives of the people involved. Just discovered the Blog too which i will follow with interest. Really glad we visited here and its sparked my interest to discover and research more.
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