If you stand and look you begin to see lots of minor details.
The tools of the trade, the rough texture of the walls.
BUT for me the most important thing that this Museum does is that it allows you time, you aren't herded around, you can stand and stare, listen, smell and then move on in your own time.
I do think that in the past I have been guilty of hurrying pupils along when sometimes they wanted to stop and stare...it wasn't an avoidance tactic it was trying to work things out in their heads.
There are nooks and crannies that you will miss if you don't take time to explore. Down a tiny side street, with no signs is this example of a room belonging to a poorer family. It's full of amazing items which would start discussions, the roughly hewn wooden cradle, the portrait, the piece of paper tucked behind the jug on the mantle.
If we'd rushed round we would have missed this, maybe we do need to give our pupils time to stand and stare!
PS What did worry me was finding things I had played with as a child, now in a museum!