Haven’t been to this museum for years, but can thoroughly recommend it if you are interested in classical art. The museum has a really interesting collection of architectural artefacts and some really fascinating Hogarth paintings. Not big, but a good hour or so visit.
We cannot understand why they don’t charge for entry. Dropped a point as the ban on photography seems a little mean as providing flash not used, would not hurt a jot. Perhaps they could charge for a photography pass?
There is no information about the exhibits so don’t expect to be educated. Just take in the atmosphere and enjoy.
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