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Visited today with our 4 year old grandson. Information desk staff had no knowledge of what we could see in the galleries. Staff in the galleries no better. Showed no interest in the art around them and didn't interact with our grandson who was visiting...More
Took some American friends here for a visit and was very impressed. The gallery is located above the library with lift access for those who struggle with steps. The displays are varied and really interesting and of course focus very much on the people of...More
My experience is always very good , There's this very helpful guy tall blonde hair and his got glasses if you want/need something/have a question to ask just find this guy. I really wanted to ask his name but I was too shy , anyways...More
A well below average experience. Blue cushioned seating area ingrained with food stains. High chairs dirty and I had to wipe myself. Poor customer service from the older woman at the till. The whole place felt generally grubby and the food wasn't worth the longer...More
Terrible customer service from staff. The male staff working there was very rude who was serving me. I ordered a salad and it took ages for my order to come and then when it came, I found a dirty nail clipping in my salad. The...More
First of all the price was right...free! I'm afraid I might have been disappointed if I had paid much to see this. I think someone with small children might enjoy this more, since there are interactive displays. I would like to have seen a little...More
Visited today 12/4/18......wasn't what I was expecting to be honest, was hoping for a little more of Oldhams rich heritage, there was a few bits, but I'm certain there's alot more!.....Kids enjoyed the hands on bits, and looking at the old Chemist......didn't try the cafe,...More