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All reviews train robbery trip down memory lane fascinating collection well worth a visit old cars on display wander around wheelchair access certain age upper floor kitchen equipment pink cadillac per adult two floors household items tea and coffee enjoyable visit
When I searched Denbigh on TripAdvisor this came up as one of the best places to visit - we weren’t disappointed, we thoroughly enjoyed it. We spent just short of an hour and a half there and at a suggested minimum donation of £5 per...More
£5.00 entry for adults worth every penny. And I will go back. There is so much to see. All sorts of 40’s and 50’s ephemera. Clothes, typewriters. Contents of an old tin shop. Recreation of rooms. It’s great. And next door in the gym are...More
Although I was born in the sixties many of the exhibits in this museum are things I grew up around. It was great to show my kids and it helped trigger some happy memories and stories from when I was growing up as a boy....More
Went with family today and was pleasantly surprised. Expected the kids (age 12 & 14) to be quite bored but didn’t need to worry. What makes it so much more interesting for them is that they can touch most things and even get in the...More
We have past the sign for Cae Dai many times but never went until last week. First surprise was the ample parking at the bottom. Second surprise was the size of the museum. We loved it! Some of the exhibits are in a room setting...More
No there is nowhere to eat , but the town is only minutes away by car . Depending on what day you go , there is plenty of eating places , the glass onion on the back row is especially nice but close about 3 pm