The exhibition I found most interesting there was a massive collection of peoples' old photo albums. It lamented the digital photo galleries of today on Facebook and Instagram and Flickr, and wished for the nostalgic days of when we used to go to the chemist and get our camera film developed, then carefully arrange them into albums of memories.
You can still do this today, either with your old skool camera film, or by getting your digital photos printed (websites like Snapfish and Jessops have special offers where you can get free prints sometimes).
Looking back through photo albums always puts a smile on my face. It's easy to make an album and invokes memories of times past, making you think how much you've developed, how things have changed and how things have stayed the same.
It's a great activity for a lazy weekend afternoon when there's not much on the telly and the weather is a bit naff.
It's treasured memories of years spent together.
It's remembering funny times spent with good friends.
It's that 21st birthday where everyone got all dolled up and then it rained on the way to the club.
It's the canal holiday with the strange little icing figures on the giant, delicious carrot cake.
It's an adventure through the woods and it's a fabulous work Christmas do.