A MUSEUM in Denbigh boasting a collection of artifacts and memorabilia from the 1950s has confirmed that it has re-opened.

Cae Dai Museum welcomed back visitors in April for the first time in three months.

According to Sparrow Harrison, who founded and continues to run the museum, its closure was due to an “internal dispute between trustees”.

The 50s museum exhibits cars such as a Morris Minor and Cadillac, china and crockery, radios and toys, mostly dated to the decade and earlier.

It is also an entirely interactive museum, with entry charged at £7.50 for adults.

Sparrow said: “It re-opened in April, but I think people still think it is still closed. The museum is now open, every day, from 11am until 4pm.

“The museum has been put together by a lot of people, with a lot of items lent to the museum.

“We have a few new areas at the museum, and people really do seem to enjoy the museum very much. They often call it a ‘hidden gem’.

“It’s a much bigger museum than what you might expect, with a lot of interesting and controversial things in it.”