I have been to Cannon Hall, Barnsley, here and here, viewing massive collections of miscellaenous objects. It was all very exhausting, however, I found much to admire, particularly the ceramics collections.
I like the very fine china, but also these pots which were displayed high up.
I realised I had the same display in my house.
I also liked these axe heads
and thought I could display an axe head found on my grandfather's farm.
I was pleased that this furby was displayed, and wondered where ours was.
Particularly good were the stuffed toys here and I am happy to say we have lots of those.
Everywhere we went people gave us nice food and tea and were very welcoming.
I ended up thinking that my home was like a museum and also their musuems were really homes (they were, in two cases).
In which case, why don't I charge a small fee to cover upkeep and let people in?