This museum is a bit like stepping into the Tardis, there is a lot more to it than you think. Lots of strange things relating to TV and Radio, dummies dressed in costumes from programmes, old televisions, games, toys and old radio magazines. There is music themed for each area but it is all a bit random and would be a tight squeeze if a few people were in together. Thought it was expensive for what is there.
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