We visited this lovely museum today after spending the morning at Stonehenge and it was well worth the visit. We specifically visited the museum to see the Amesbury Archer as my daughter and I had just read a book about him. If it hadn't been for the book, we would never have known the museum existed and it's a real find.
The staff were incredibly helpful (particular thanks to Keith today for his really helpful explanations) and the museum is well worth the entrance fee if you love history and archaeology. We only spent an hour and a half in the museum but only because we are learning about the Stone and Bronze Ages at the moment, we will definitely be back when we move onto the next periods of history as we could have easily spent another two hours here.
We love museums that are interactive and there is plenty for children to get involved with here.
I honestly cannot recommend this museum enough, it was a complete pleasure to visit - thank you.
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