The museum is in a lovely old building by the harbour and we had a friendly welcome. They've restored the building and exhibits brilliantly after being devastated by the 2004 flood. Although there are some fun exhibits, the history of witchcraft of course includes mentions of torture and persecution so some exhibits, while sympathetically presented - and I very much liked the Museum's emphasis on being inclusive to everyone and not judging books by covers - are rather gory so I wouldn't say the museum is suitable for young children. It was really thought-provoking though and some fascinating exhibits.
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