Thorpe Park is full of history and over the years the park has seen some major investments which have meant some attractions and theming has been removed. The parks target audience has also changed a lot, back when the park opened the target audience was families, not thrill-seekers.
Located in the thrill seekers workshop/education centre is a huge museum where anything cool and unique is kept. Ranging from old logos and signage found around the park to a few of the old costume characters heads and outfits.
The Thrills Seekers Workshop isn't open to the public and requires a private booking. eg schools and college. However, if you get the change to go inside and take a look you will be hit with some serious nostalgia, going inside is like going back in time!