Three stories packed with everyday objects from Victorian times through to the 1990s, it's a trip through your memories of everyday life.The collection is in themed areas but this is no tidy museum. The exhibits are literally crammed and stacked in wonderful chaotic disorder which means the more you look the more you see. Music ( including guitars, recording equipment and the unforgettable Dansette record player) shopping,holidays,TV, toys and much more, in fact 32 different categories. a friend of the owner runs the cafe where you can enjoy a coffee surrounded by circus memorabilia and costumes, a test out strength machine, letters from Elvis Presley and a blouse that belonged to Marilyn Monroe. The owner Stella is so enthusiastic and knowledgable . My husband, who is not a fan of museums, wrote ' brilliant' in the visitors book and really meant it.