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Land of the Lost Content Museum, Craven Arms

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  • I love this museum. From the warm welcome to the cuppa and biscuits in the cafĂ©, it gives such a familiar feeling. As you step into each section you just have to stand and absorb the awesome all aroun...  more »
  • Wonderful - beautifully put together. Every corner brimming with stories, memories and laughs. What a collection! We all loved it. (Ages 8, 13 and older)  more »
  • We were a mixed group of 6 and tbh I didn't think my 15 year old lad would be interested but even he thoroughly enjoyed our visit. So much to see, so many memories evoked. Thank you to the owner for h...  more »
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  • Went here on a whim, because we were in the area, so why not? Basically, Stella has collected an incredible amount of items over the years and somehow managed to categorise them into an almost ludicrous but fascinating and quirky collection; there is everything from WW2 propaganda posters to a collection of random monarchy related memorabilia, nearly all with hand-written, tongue in cheek placards. There's also a self-service cafe (with an honesty box for paying). Land of Lost Content is also home to the most horrifyingly creepy doll collection I could ever imagine existing - truly the stuff of nightmares. This is absolutely a quirky novelty worth going to, as long as you keep the following in mind - although Stella has done a great job trying to ensure accessibility (eg. there are stair lifts), the corridors are so filled with items that movement can be difficult without risking falling, and there is limited headspace for the tall people, and limited seating as you're walking through for the lazy people. If you were to stop and inspect every item, it would take weeks to get through the maze of a building - but it took us about 2 hours to get a good feel. Pictures of the collection will absolutely not do any justice, it's something that needs to be experienced.
  • Madness. Weird. Utterly and totally fascinating. You have to go!
  • Loved it and so much to see.