The museum is compliant with all current government regulations. After 19th July 2021 the museum will continue to have a one-way route. If visitors wish to use the NHS Test & Trace system, the QR code will continue to be displayed. Alternatively, if visitors would like us to record their name and telephone number manually we are happy to do so. Hand sanitiser will continue to be available. Face masks for visitors will not be required within the museum, however, staff and volunteers may continue to wear a mask at their discretion.
There is currently no booking system for the museum as visitor numbers can be accommodated under the current arrangements, so please just turn up during our opening days, see dates below.
An entertaining visit for all the family. For the older generation a chance to revisit childhood, for the younger an opportunity to see that there was fun before electronic games and for those in between a chance to inspire and entertain your family.
The museum will be open on the following dates and times:
6th July - 11 September 2021*
18th - 30th October 2021*
3rd - 18th December 2021*
11th - 30th April 2022*
23rd May - 4th June 2022*
5th July - 17th September 2022*
17th - 29th October 2022*
5th - 17th December 2022*
10am - 5pm (last admission 4pm)
The museum may open at other times and private visits can be arranged. Educational trips from schools are welcome.
Please call to arrange a visit outside of planned opening date
£2.50 children (ages 4 to 16)
£10.00 family ticket (including up to three children)
£3.00 Senior Citizens (60+)
£3.00 Students (With valid ID)
£3.00 Concessions for Disabled Visitors (includes 1 carer)
School Groups and Private visits POA
Well-behaved dogs welcome :)