The former disused British Telecom phone booth in Warley features regular exhibitions while members of Warley Community Association keep it in tip-top condition.
The attraction which is believed to be the world's smallest museum has has appeared on NBC TV USA, after a film crew travelled all the way to Calderdale to film the
museum for a vast American audience.
It also, featured in Chinese newspapers and on BBC2’s Monkman & Seagull’s Genius Guide to Britain.
The museum was converted from a redundant telephone kiosk in 2016 by the Warley Community Association, curators Chris and Paul Czainski conceived and designed the museum and they have staged a variety of miniature exhibitions since then.
Members of Warley Community Association (WCA) “adopted” the phone box from BT and completed a huge revamp – including etched glass, old photographs and information on the history of the village and some of its best known residents.
At the official opening WCA chairwoman Eliana Bailey said: “We’ve had a phenomenal response. People thought it was amazing, when they saw inside they could not believe it.
“It’s so inspiring when people come to have a look.”
The group wanted to do something different after researching the uses of other adopted phone boxes, which included book exchanges and defibrillators.