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Peaseblossom22 · 29/12/2019 10:05
British Museum is excellent because you can do different things and it’s huge , not sure if it’s open on Sunday but the British Library has a very good permanent exhibition and usually at least one other . The Horniman is good again not sure if it’s open on a Sunday .
I would recommend the Docklands Museum at Canary Wharf . Excellent exhibition about the development of the docks over the centuries and good Second World War stuff .or the Cutty Sark ?
TheDIsiilusionedAnarchist · 29/12/2019 11:25
thewonderfactory.co.uk/ This pop up in Dalston looks pretty good and £1
SmuggyMcKnobson · 29/12/2019 11:52
Always used to enjoy going here.
Nice cafe too
Halsall · 29/12/2019 11:58
The Wellcome Collection, more or less opposite Euston Station? They have a fascinating permanent exhibition of medical curiosities and a fantastic library/reading room where you can lounge about on floor cushions, plus a nice cafe and bookshop. There's a current exhibition called 'Play Well', about games and toys in history.
It's also free to enter
It's not very far away from the Foundling Museum in Brunswick Square, which is open today too.
SmuggyMcKnobson · 29/12/2019 14:53
Most of the Design Museum is free (not the Moving to Mars exhibition though). It's a fabulous building. Used to be the Commonwealth Institue.
The top floor is great - a good history lesson for the youngsters and us more mature visitors can just wander round exclaiming "ooh, we had one of those".
Hope you've had a fun ay whatever you decided to do
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