We saw this having already visited Bodmin Gaol. Being a Prison Officer and former Policeman it was of great interest. It was so interesting to see the original court layout and hear part of the case dramatized by way of the anamatronic figures and visual display and by having a good working knowledge of the land and also the gaol Matthew would have met his end in really helped. The way you can interact with the exhibit by way of interactive voting on the verdict also helps you emerge yourself in the case. The staff were very knowledgeable and I can guarantee at the end of the experience you will want investigate it more. There gift shop has a great little book on the case by Pat Munn which was very reasonable priced and also a map of the scene which can be purchased for 50p. I won't tell you my view on the case I let you decided that foe yourself once you have visited. Well worth the money in fact in would have paid more. Also don't miss the town museum which is free entrance.
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