Museum of Brands, Packaging & Advertising
111-117 Lancaster Rd · interesting places nearby
Museum of Brands, Packaging & Advertising information
This recently relocated shrine to nostalgia is the brainchild of consumer historian Robert Opie, who has amassed advertising memorabilia and packaging since the age of 16. There are early Monopoly sets, the first appearances of Mickey Mouse and Disney, a primitive version of Cluedo, Teazie-Weazie powder shampoo, radios, TVs, and ephemera celebrating cultural/consumer icons the Fab Four, Mork and Mindy, Star Wars, Star Trek, Buzz Lightyear, Pokemon et al. An annual ticket is £20.