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Land of the Lost Content Museum

The Old Market Hall Market Street, Craven Arms SY7 9NW, England
+44 1588 676176
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Dragged in....but even I found something interesting...

My wife insisted we go here as part of her idea of a fun weekend away without kids (we're early... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
thebeakster
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Wolverhampton, United Kingdom
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Totally amazing

My wife and I visited this museum and ended up spending nearly three hours in there. It's the most... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Bats177
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Buckinghamshire
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  • Excellent72%
  • Very good21%
  • Average2%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible1%
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The Old Market Hall Market Street, Craven Arms SY7 9NW, England
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

My wife insisted we go here as part of her idea of a fun weekend away without kids (we're early 40s).....I would have preferred a first prize of death....however.....surprisingly this was pretty good. There's a LOT of stuff and if you've got asthma stay away....More

Thank thebeakster
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

My wife and I visited this museum and ended up spending nearly three hours in there. It's the most fascinating place. Many memories flooded back to me from when I was a child. The museum displays thousands of items, but it was the small insignificant...More

Thank Bats177
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Brilliant!!. Transported back to my childhood. So interesting. Well worth a visit. So much to see and the coffee and chocolate cake were scrummy too. Three floors of memorabillia, with facilities for the disabled.

Thank ShirleyWolverhampton
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We finally visited this museum as a family ( 2 adults, 3 children of 10, 8 & 6) after around 2 years of saying 'we really should go there' What a place. Quite literally full to bursting with objects, toys, pictures, products, packaging, clothing, appliances...More

Thank Gangof513
Reviewed 17 August 2017

Oh my goodness what a unique gem. We initially wondered what we had walked in to. It is not a typical museum but an honest and real experience of things past. There were so many things on display that it was in some parts overwhelming...More

Thank janemadge
Reviewed 15 August 2017 via mobile

What a place. Fantastic so much stuff all of it fascinates brings back memories and gives new ones. There was a poster from the 1936 Hitler Olympic Games wow chilling and so heavy with history. We spent three hours with our 10 & 13 year...More

Thank dpfin19
Reviewed 14 August 2017

Cost £5 Gave me the creeps, far too cluttered. although full to the brim of things, you cant see all properly cos just jammed packed, your eyes go boggled. narrow to walk round and lights on a sensor with me being small took a while...More

Thank Jane F
Reviewed 14 August 2017

Anyone who loves social history memorabilia will adore this unique museum. What a fantastic collection of objects to stir up countless memories, especially for those aged 40 years and older. We spent ages discussing different toys/confectionery/ fashions/occupations/ home ware and so much more. My 86...More

Thank TheGownGallery
Reviewed 11 August 2017

Well...wow. Where to begin. On a friend's recommendation, we made a 260-mile round trip to visit. I don't regret that, but said friend then commented that it had got a little more, ahem, cluttered and dusty since visited 15 years ago. So.....this is a phenomenon...More

1  Thank Maggy S
Reviewed 6 August 2017

Good one for a rainy day. My 13 year old son wanted to go and through enjoyed a museum for once which I think was because of the way it is displayed and because he kept laughing at Mum saying "oh I remember that". He...More

Thank Samantha H
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