Doctors differ and patients die. But, I don't think it would be interesting for young children. From about 12years I'd say they might be interested. The day i was there one woman had three smallish children and they were running around and squealing and thumbling on the floor and banging against glass cases.... driving us mad. The exhibition is facinating there is a lot to be read about each item. There are one or two interactive items for younger children like how to tie knots and a bell to ring but I would only bring the older ones and would have chatted to them beforehand giving some history of the place. Maybe, go yourself first and reconnoitre.
Micheál » Mon Jul 09, 2012 10:34 pm
Heres what happened your money Navanman. .
its all MINE , ha ha ha - all MINE I say . . .
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