Museum Of Packaging And Brands, London
About Museum Of Packaging And Brands, London
Museum Of Packaging And Brands, London - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 111-117 Lancaster Road, Notting Hill, London, W11 1QT
Ticket Price: 8 GBP
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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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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I very nearly gave this five stars but the only reason I did not is because I don't think it's the sort of place that you would want to go back to a second time because once you've seen it you've seen it. However, if you haven't been you really should go, there are so many things in there that will get you talking. I didn't mean to be in there for three hours and could have managed the whole place in about 45 minutes but there were so many interesting items that just made me nostalgic to my childhood. I'll be honest, it sounds really really boring and your friends will probably look at you strangely if you say you're off on an exciting visit to a "Museum of Brands", it's not the first thing that I'd tweet about. Nonetheless it really isn't boring at all, very intellectually stimulating nostalgic and well presented so do tell your friends, like I now will, they'll be sure to see something in there as well that they like. You can get 2 for 1 tickets easily if you search the internet but even if you can't it's worth the £9 per adult (2017).
Immersive treasure trove of social history going back to the 1840's. I found the products and advertisements relating to the 80s, 90s and 00's just as fascinating as those from the Victorian era. Highly recommend a visit. I have been twice and am planning to return a third time.
Very good museum. Very well presented and in purpose built building with very well designed gardens in which to enjoy the best coffee I think I have had in London. The range of brands was I felt a bit limited but nevertheless enjoyable. Well worth a visit
Fantastic place to be at if you're a business or marketing student or professional. It has some fantastic observations to offer from antique packaging to modern marketing methods.
This is a must see museum. Interesting to see how the many products and packaging on display have changed over the year. Brought back many memories. No photos allowed except in the very peaceful cafe garden its wonderful selection of exotic plants and trees.
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