The museum gives a fascinating insight into home and working life between the late nineteenth and late twentieth centuries. Carefully recreated shops and businesses, such as the barber's shop, sweet shop and pharmacy, show how life has changed during this time. The living spaces replicating the 1950s to the 1980s contain much interesting memorabilia and provide a comprehensive record of home life during these decades. We also enjoyed the collection of home movies donated by the public. The museum has an old fashioned bar, run by volunteers, which serves reasonably priced drinks.
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