Residents at a care home in Kings Langley were the first to visit an interactive memorabilia museum and check out the artefacts on offer.
The Reminiscence Museum opened its doors to residents at St Lauras allowing them to take in the extensive display on offer ranging from cars, cameras, tools, toys and more.
Ruth Webster, engagement and wellbeing promoter at B&M care, said the museum curated by chairman Bill Hughes said the museum is unique with nowhere like it nearby.
She said: “What I like about it is that everything can be touched and interacted with up-close – even the cars which can be taken out for a ride!
“On the occasions I have visited, it has brought me so much joy, so I can only imagine how our residents will feel about it.”
The museum adheres to all COVID-19 protocols with visited limited to one home at any one time.