I visited with my husband and 9yr old and found the museum an enjoyable way to pass a couple of hours. There are many different sections to the museum and mainly `behind the looking glass` small attractions, no real large `behind the red rope` surreal entertainment but interesting nonetheless. My son grew bored after half an hour and was only interested in Dinosaur exhibitions! sadly there was only one, a T Rex I missed but my son said it was cool. I found myself, astonishingly, more interested in the coins section where there were coins on display that were thousands of years old.
I will return on my own in the future and spend more time in each part of the building. The few negatives I do have include the layout, If your heavily pregnant or disabled and depend on the lifts you find yourself having to retrace all your steps back to an original elevator rather than there being one at each end of the large building.
When we first entered the museum the entrance doors (automatic) opened outwards and towards you with such speed that one of them hit my heavily pregnant stomach! I was ok, the shock hit me harder than the door.
The Cafe Muse attatched to the museum serves "okay" food but it was quite minty when we visited, dirty tables, plus we waited half an hour for one panninni!