'I really liked the tunnels'

Dalton, Carolyn
March 2006
Interpretation Journal;Spring2006, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p14
The article focuses on the ways tried out to interest people in the By River and Road gallery at Doncaster Museum in England. Text panels were not uniform one-off panels were encouraged. The three most popular scenic cases are the Ice Age to Temperate case, the Fish in the Don case and the Duck Decoy reconstruction. The children love the two tunnels leading from the woodland section to the wetlands.


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