There are just a few days left to catch Yesterday’s World before the tourist attraction itself becomes a thing of the past.
The museum, which documents 125 years of British social living history, is to close for good on November 1 as the owners of the attraction can no longer afford to keep it running.
The museum contains more than 150,000 nostalgic artefacts, plus virtual and interactive exhibits.
Yesterday’s World is well-known for its life size street scenes and shop displays, which include an old-fashioned chemist and a sweet shop.
Other highlights of the soon to close attraction include a World War II evacuee display and an Audience with Queen Victoria.
Yesterday’s World is open 10.30am-4pm daily (last admission 3pm).
The building is set to go under the hammer on October 27.
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