While some pensioners may recall childhood visits to museums with a degree of pleasure, most will remember them as terminally dull places where you weren’t allowed to make a noise, run, climb the dinosaurs or eat the mediaeval socks.

Little has changed in the intervening years, but some museums now include a decent café or restaurant, and you can take advantage of these by donning a tight blindfold before entry and asking an attendant to point you towards the buns.

It’s also acceptable to accost a passer-by to purchase a selection of the museum’s postcards, which you can then send to your family and friends to impress them with the catholic range of your interests.