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Due to unforeseen circumstances the museum will be closed from 20th. September 2018 for a couple of weeks. Please telephone prior to planning a visit. Stella & Dave Mitchell apologise to customers for inconvenience.
The Old Market Hall Market Street, Craven Arms SY7 9NW, England
All reviews three floors the owner well worth a visit self service couple of hours two hours her husband everyday items fascinating place certain age treasure trove trip down memory lane stair lift amazing collection hand written packed full packed to the rafters
This place is amazing, everything you were brought up with in the 12960's and 1970's is here, you just cannot marvel at what they have got. You say things like "mum had this" grandma has this" and I had this when I was a child!"
My husband Dave and I are working around the clock to comply with draconian legislation imposed on us at Land of Lost Content, by the Fire Service. The closing down on September 18th was horrifying to us. We have always prided ourselves on safety management,...More
Have visited this totally fascinating museum several times and brought a family member today who was visiting from New Zealand. Extremely disappointed to see it was closed due to Fire Officer issues. Owner, Stella, did open door to apologise and told us she would be...More
Date of experience: October 2018
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Stella M, Owner at Land of the Lost Content Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 24 October 2018
As Stella stated unfortunately we will be closed until 1st. February 2019.
I thought I had added previously to call before planning a visit. If I didn't I'm very sorry.
We are very stressed at the moment, being closed is doing untold damage to...More
There was a note on TA saying it would be closed for a couple of weeks from 20/9/18.
However, as of 11/10.18, the museum remains “closed until further notice” - according to a sign on the door.
We know it to be a great place...More
Just one afternoon wasn't enough to explore this amazing treasure trove. There's something for everyone...my favourites: the newly weds' room of the 60's, the 70's construction toys, and the 60's Mondrian dress - wish I could have taken them all home. The 'Chuckie Chicken' display...More
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