Museum Of London, London
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Museum Of London, London - Address, Phone Number
Address: 150 London Wall, London EC2Y 5HN, United Kingdom
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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The museum narrates about the time when the city of London was plundered with the devastation of plague, fire and Civil wars. In the museum, you’re bombarded with chunk of the past and the horrifying history the city was inundated with. The museum is a true shake to reality. Where most of us are oblivious of the grievous history of London, this museum reminds us of the same in the most educative manner.
Museum Of London Information
- Guided tours are available.
Museum Of London Ticket Prices
- Free Entry
Museum Of London Opening and Closing Hours
- Galleries begin to close at 5.40pm.
How To reach Museum Of London by Public Transport
- Bus: 4, 56, 100
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Fun family-friendly insight into the long history of London. I went relatively slowly and managed to finish the entire museum in about 1.5-2 hours but it can definitely be done much faster. Quite a few of the exhibits are replicas where the original is in the British Museum, but this museum manages a good general overview of a very long period of time. Slightly more interactive than your more "serious" museum so great place to bring children :)
I would go so far to say my favourite museum to date. Love seeing all the exhibits from London's past and it's so well laid out with a walk through time. Some fantastic displays and great for any child looking for an introduction to history
Interesting and informative way to spend a few hours. The museum is divided into periods and there is interactive displays and mini films to watch in most. The Victorian Street is a must. Check out the discreet ladies glasses in the milliners. Clearly the woman in Victorian times were vain!!! Also look out the window after the Roman section as you will see part of the Roman city wall. Cafe and toilet facilities. Entry is free. Not too crowded mid afternoon on a Sunday.
Just wow, I work nearby and never had the chance to visit. It was a really quick and pleasant experience as far as museums go, really well constructed with room for interactive games for kinds. It's a good way to spent a couple of hours in the city while learning the history of it.
Visited the Roman section with 2 grandchildren 6 and floor. Nice welcome with different trails offered. Well laid out, lots of seats and free stools to use when kids enthralled. Story session very interactive and fun and informative. Nice Loos, other exhibits looked good but 2 hours of culture enough for kids. Seem to have several cafes but didn't try them.
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