Museum Of Packaging And BrandsCurrently Closed
- Address: 111-117 Lancaster Road, Notting Hill, London, W11 1QT, United Kingdom
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +44-2072439611
- Ticket Price: 8 GBP
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museum, Family And Kids, Specialty Museum
Museum Of Packaging And Brands - Review
London has interesting museums that talk about contemporary life and the facets of the same. The Museum of Packaging and brands is a unique museum that showcases the history of consumerism and media advertising. Conceptualized by Robert Opie Collection, this museum exhibits atleast 12000 original brands from his collection. A walk through this museum will make you understand the evolution, creativity and the process of advertising that make the brands popular in themselves. Do visit this museum if you wish to understand the nexus between the world of advertising and brands in context to the psychology behind their creation, dissemination and acceptance in the popular culture.
Museum Of Packaging And Brands Information
- The Museum is on the ground floor and has full disabled access and doesn’t allow photography.
Museum Of Packaging And Brands Ticket Prices
- Child(7-16yrs): £ 3.00
- Family: £ 20.00
How To reach Museum Of Packaging And Brands by Public Transport
- By Bus: Nearest Bus station: Ladbroke Grove (Stop A).
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Museum Of Packaging And Brands, London Reviews
Thoroughly enjoyable. I loved seeing the history of packaging and it was well laid out. My second visit! The cafe was a bit expensive but overlooking the gardens made up for it! Very wheelchair friendly too and there is parking close by for blue badge users.
A fantastic collection beautifully laid out- a wonderful trip down memory lane! Particularly enjoyed the section where you can see how a range of brands have developed their packaging over the years.
Interesting place to reminisce and remind yourself of products and cultural items from your youth. The museum has a surprisingly large collection arranged by era in a 'time tunnel' There are also displays of products by Brand showing how the branding has developed or resisted change over time. The coffee shop is pleasant and offers a good selection of refreshments. The entrance price is quite expensive for the size of the museum. Not particularly good for children as the displays are primarily just that, no opportunity to play or interact in any way, but a must see place for anyone studying packaging design or product branding or product management.
Absolutely loved it here, I was not expecting to enjoy my visit as much as I did. My partner works in marketing and design and wanted to visit and I expected it to be boring - wrong! You're taken on a journey of brands and packing from the turn of the 20th century until today. I particularly loved seeing how some brands that have been around for many many years have evolved (or not evolved as it were, see Coleman's Mustard!) My favourite part was looking at stuff from the 90s. They just don't make fun packaging like they used to!!
Incredible experience! You can learn so much about advertising in a short amount of time. Very dense, but very well organized. A genuine treat!