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The Fan Museum
#43 of 409 Museums in London
Wonderful surroundings beautifully and sympathetically renovated to house the most intriguing museums ever conceived.
Our families loved the fan museum and the tea and cakes were great, much better than more expensive afternoon teas we have had and the great value at the fam museum allowed us to be able to treat our family to an...
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Cutty Sark
#45 of 409 Museums in London
The area is full of nice pubs, little restaurants, markets, some quirky shops, the beauty of the ships and the river, amazing historic buildings and a couple of museums.
We have visited lots of ships and maritime museums and displays, and yes they all have the same basic things to see, but if you love historic vessels then you really should make the time to see it - it 's the Cutt...
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Queen's House
#51 of 409 Museums in London
One nice touch was that there are seats in many of rooms to relax and enjoy the pictures (so many other museums would benefit from doing this).
It is full of splendid paintings many of which come from the Maritime Museum and some from other places including one lent by the Queen.The architecture of Indigo Jones is breathtaking especially the Great Hall wh...
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National Maritime Museum
#58 of 409 Museums in London
One of my favorite museums in London – if you’ve any interest in sailing, maritime history, naval history, or British history, this is quite simply a must see and an amazing place to spend two or three hours.
Like most other London museums, it is free as well so I highly recommend the maritime museum if you are even in Greenwich (which is very nice)
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Royal Observatory Greenwich
#70 of 409 Museums in London
... to room through the story of longitude... Plenty of photo opportunities and some great shops and museums around the Observatory - suggest you allow at least 4-6 hours round trip from central London... the boat...
Gorgeous views and fascinating museum including the history of the first timepiece (invented by self-taught carpenter John Harrison) that would function at sea, allowing sailors to navigate longitude accurately.
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Peter Harrison Planetarium
#74 of 409 Museums in London
Highly recommended for everyone, families, couples, go on your own! Plus the view over the city is beautiful on a clear day, plus you have the maritime museum at the bottom.
Shame though that Christopher Wren's National Maritime museum and the rest of the UNESCO World Heritage Site seems to be dwarfed by all the tall buildings now but I suppose it is was they refer to as "progress".
STAR WARS Identities at The O2
#87 of 409 Museums in London
It mixes an exhibit style museum with an interactive experience.
DC Exhibition: Dawn of Superheroes
#133 of 409 Museums in London
Now Gallery
#161 of 409 Museums in London
I Am the Greatest - Muhammad Ali at The O2
#167 of 409 Museums in London
Viewfinder Photography Gallery
#263 of 409 Museums in London
Origin Gallery
#302 of 409 Museums in London
JonaQuestArt
#360 of 409 Museums in London