Lifetime Lab

After a cuppa in town this morning I went to the Lifetime Lab ( )  for a wander. It is a short drive from the city centre but well worth the effort. This venue is educational and historical but most importantly it is totally accessible. This is a multi-level venue with elevators to all floors – that is quite an achievement as some of the building dates back to early 1800. The exhibition covers sustainability and water purification to mention but 2 of the topics covered. Ample car parking is available across the road with 2 designated spaces. There are 2 wheelchair accessible toilets. There is a coffee shop and Jen I noticed Gluten Free snacks on the counter. There is also a play area. 

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  1. Jen

    Ooo, sounds very inclusive- may have to take a trip next time we’re down. Thanks dec. x

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