My husband and I visited with 2 children age 9 & 13 and we had a fantastic time. All the exhibitions were to an unbelievably high standard and was just the right balance of interactive displays for my younger one. We all went into the...More
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It was an interesting, informative and well laid out museum, with interesting artifacts presented in a clear manner.
This is a free to enter museum, with donation requests by the door. There are some lovely exhibits here with good information. A lot I have seen elsewhere. However, the top two floors have the most poignant information on the holocaust. This is a very...More
Have visited this museum twice now and enjoyed both trips thoroughly. The only complaint would be the lay out of the museum - it can be difficult to navigate without missing key exhibits / features (no 'one-way route')
Took kids at half term, 13 and 9 year old, great place for them to learn new things and reinforce school learning. Interactive, new WW1 exhibition is brilliant and really engaging. Holocaust exhibition is a must (although they advise parental guidance on whether to take...More
Spent an entire day here and still missed bits, very informative, especially on WW1, probably too much to take in for younger ones, lots to read. Especially liked following the families life story through the second world war, as did my daughter. The only thing...More