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Just so much to see, absolute visual overload. Brought back so many memories for me, my parents (80 years old) and their friends of 50 years. Astounded how Stella (owner/curator) could amass and display such a vast collection of ephemera. Loved the self service cafe!...More
Not everyone likes dusty, cluttered, almost claustrophobic corridors, leading in strict sequence over three floors to reveal a distinct vision of the twentieth century, warts and all. There is a definite theme here, encapsulated by the pun in the name of this unique museum. The...More
This museum is amazing. Its down a quiet side street and near a car park. The range of items is amazing, all displayed in many rooms in a large building. It is certainly a walk through time and I recognised many items from my childhood....More
This is an amazing collection of things from our past. It has so overgrown its present location and deserves to be treated much more seriously than these eccentric enthusiasts can offer. Location is wrong, corridors are cramped verging on the dangerous although they have done...More
Went to the lost content museum on our way to north wales well what can I say absolutely brilliant the owner very friendly and welcoming would definitely go back. So much too see, the owner Sheila changes the exhibits from time to time so more...More
A most fascinating museum, it revived a lot of memories of our childhood, The owner was very happy to discuss and answer any of our questions. There is so much to see and touch it, walkways can be restrictive in places so be patient.Well worth...More