Duff House is an impressive building, with lovely grounds and even an adventure playground for the children. However, once you actually enter the building you soon start to feel a bit let down. A fifteen-minute video introduction is given which will leave you wishing for a fast-forward button. Your bag is then confiscated from you to prevent you taking photographs, which is odd considering the largely uninspired collection of paintings (mostly oil, and mostly portraits). No information is given about each painting, apart from a small and fiddly four-sided device in each room which soon leaves you frustrated.
As a result, you soon find yourself wishing to promptly exit the building and rejoin the kids on the flying fox outside. Which is no bad plan of action, all things considered.
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