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Museum London

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Museum London

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421 Ridout St N, London, Ontario N6A 5H4 Canada
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London Scavenger Hunt: Exploring Forest City
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London Scavenger Hunt: Exploring Forest City

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Claire D wrote a review Sep 2019
Toronto, Canada155 contributions19 helpful votes
A wonderful architecture and pleasant space. Very interesting current exhibit about early sheet music. You can actually listen to the songs with and * on you tube ! A curator’s great idea! Hope a printed list becomes available so we can listen to them at home....
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Date of experience: September 2019
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explorer044 wrote a review Jul 2019
Montreal, Canada83 contributions43 helpful votes
This is a lovely museum and a real bargain (donation) The second floor holds art by local artists recent and old A paper handout includes a title description of each piece as well as the name of the artist Pieces from the Group of Seven are also displayed A current exhibition being shown by Monkman is excellent It recounts Canadian history through an often missing First Nation perspective
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Date of experience: July 2019
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TravellerfromtheD wrote a review Jun 2019
Sterling Heights, Michigan100 contributions20 helpful votes
I came here during Juno Week to see an exhibition of artwork by Juno winning and nominated artists (the Canadian Grammys). Though I briefly got lost, helpful volunteers were able to point me in the right direction. The permanent collection is arranged almost in chronological order with the museum's humble beginnings to the present day. Rotating exhibitions are gonna make me come back in the not too distant future. Admission is by donation, so give what you can. Great selection of food available in their café, and an eclectic gift shop as well. Had a tiny bit of trouble parking, but that was due to streets shut down for Juno Week. Will probably be easier to park next time around.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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NerinaNP wrote a review Apr 2019
London, Canada180 contributions44 helpful votes
Although it is downtown, it still offers a beautiful walk along the Thames River, with paths to the city and wooded trails. It's worth trailing it at least once.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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V1303XTjanew wrote a review Mar 2019
London, Canada18 contributions3 helpful votes
Yesterday I toured the Museum. It had been a while since I had visited. I found a considerable variety of displays and really enjoyed the one featuring the Junos photographs. However, if you wish to see that, you should act fast as it has a limited run.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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