This was in an easy to find spot with a car park across the road. The Amphitheatre was right next door. We arrived at about 12.30 so thought it best to eat before going in, but the menu in the café was mostly meals, when all we wanted was a snack / baguette , so in the end gave it a miss.
There was a very interesting film to see in the foyer, but no English subtitles, luckily my friend was able to translate it for me.
The puppies were very good fun, and still at the play fighting stage. A couple of the adult dogs were there and we met one who was getting ready to go for a walk, very friendly and used to being fussed by the children.
The museum displays were excellent, and gave the full history of the search dogs, there were many historical details that I would never have known about. Also there was a film about the recreation of the journey of Hannibal across the Alps.
I would recommend it to all ages,
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