Visited here with my 90 year old mother who is disabled. What a wonderful afternoon we spent wandering round all the displays. There is so much to see, too much really to take in in one visit. For those of us who are 50 plus the place contains a wealth of memories from food to toys and household appliances. Not to mention the tools and tractor collection, and the old newspapers and magazines. Probably not much there to interest young children but a real useful place to jog the memory of the elderly and to stimulate the brain. The free car parking, easy disabled access, including in a wheelchair, lovely toilets and a super little cafe, plus very friendly and helpful staff. Very reasonably priced (£5.50 for senior citizens, and £6.50 for adults) for a good 2-4 hours entertainment, and could be a lot longer if your legs and head could stand it! An excellent venue for a rainy day with friends or elderly relatives.
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