My dad read an article in The Sunday Times (UK newspaper) saying how this museum was rubbish, but offered good views over the Campo Dei Miracoli, however when we got there, the upper floor was closed for renovation. The museum offers some information into frescoes and contains restored frescoes which were originally in the Camposanto.
There is also a film about the tilt of the tower, but with the museum being the main ticket office for the Pisa attractions, there is so much background noise in the building that the film cannot be heard.
The contents of the museum (while the top floor is under renovation) can be seen in under 15 minutes, so if you do have a combined ticket and limited time, you can fit it in.
The museum isn't very interesting and would be extremely boring for any children. The only advantage is the air conditioning if you want to escape the heat for a short while!
If you see a big queue, and already have a ticket, enter via the other doors. There should never be a queue to enter this attraction!
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