Take a trip down memory lane with retro design exhibition at Ely Museum

PUBLISHED: 16:20 29 October 2015 | UPDATED: 16:20 29 October 2015

Harry, Katie and Eloise Martin dressing up in the 60s clothes. Picture: Steve Williams.

Harry, Katie and Eloise Martin dressing up in the 60s clothes. Picture: Steve Williams.

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Ely Museum is taking a trip down memory lane next month by hosting a Design Icons exhibition which showcases the styles of decades gone by.

Sara Brown, assistant curator for the exhibition. Picture: Steve Williams.Sara Brown, assistant curator for the exhibition. Picture: Steve Williams.

The 1960s, 1970s and 1980s design icon exhibition, held at the museum on Market Street, is offering a nostalgic, hands-on experience with the chance to play Pac-Man on the vintage Game Boy, enjoy the sounds of the eras with some top 10 classics and become one of The Beatles and re-create their iconic Abbey Road album cover.

The exhibition runs from November until March of next year, and entry to the exhibition is included in a standard admission to the museum.

For more information, please call 01353 666655.


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