This exhibit is not what we expected. We were expecting to hear about the sightings, theories, and lots about myth and legend. What we got was an exhibit that wanted you to be judge and jury on whether Nessie was real or not, gave you lots of scientific information as to why Nessie cannot exist, and gave you flimsy and poor evidence of her existence.
Look - to be fair I learned a lot about the scientific learnings, the method in which they have attempted to detect Nessie, but it was not as fun as I would have hoped.
It costs around £7 per adult to enter.
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