The Primrose Lane Videotape Museum is a VHS and technology museum inside the house of 16 Primrose Lane. It was first opened in 2013 by Matty Iannielli to make way for the new Blu-ray collection and proposed Primrose Lane Entertainment Complex. It will be redesigned in Fall 2015 when the TV area is fixed and the movie collection is updated.
The Videotape Museum is another attraction for the 16 Primrose Lane Home Improvement Plan. It was first set up in April 2013 when the VHS tapes were transferred to the project site. Construction began in 2012 and the first phase of the project was completed in April 2013. Construction temporarily ceased around May 2013. It will be updated when the VCR/DVD player is installed with the new TV set in Room 104 for Grandma. This project is expected to be finished by Early 2016.
The museum will be a library of VHS tapes that will soon hold also Record Disc albums, DVD history, technology and formats, and other things. It will soon be updated in the near future.