Inside the Hidden Treasure Exhibition, there stands a great magical tree, which holds in array, the memories of joy and glee from people of all ages.
Irrespective of your age, the memory tree will keep your dearest memories about Broomfield House at its heart, just as you do. They are written on paper and stuck on the bark of the tree to share the light-hearted times we’ve experienced, with others right here.
Memory tree comments:
“Very happy memories of the museum from the 1950s and the 60s particularly the bees and the fox”
“Happy memories of my 1950s/60s childhood spent admiring the museum items, playing and picnicking in the park. A sad loss of a beautiful house. My own children enjoyed the park but did not get to see the wonder house in its glory.”
“When our kids were small we used to take them to Broomfield Park, prompted our decision to move into the area in 2013 best decision”
“I loved the crazy golf there it was amazing”
“A beautiful place to come with children, family and friends, especially to see the bees”
“I remember Broomfield in the 1970s the BIG SLIDE, the beehive and the fox.”
“I liked seeing the letters”
“I liked the fox because it looks realistic”
Share your cheerful experiences, and relish the good times here with the memory tree. Do this by visiting the Hidden Treasure Exhibition, find out morehere
Don’t miss it from Saturday 28 July 2018 - Sunday 6 January 2019.
Opening times: 10am-6pm.
Location: Museum of Enfield - The Dugdale Centre, 39 London Road, Enfield EN2 6DS.