Museum of London
Given a £20 million revamp in 2010, the Museum of London tells the story of the capital from prehistoric times to today. Upstairs, chronological galleries concentrate on archaeological discoveries from Roman London (fragments of the London Wall can be seen just outside) to the Plague and English Civil War. Four new galleries downstairs focus on the period following the Great Fire of 1666, featuring brilliant interactive exhibits. The fashion collections are particularly strong: expect a recreation of a Georgian pleasure Garden with mannequins sporting millinery by Philip Treacy, and a visual history of fashion from Mary Quant through to Alexander McQueen.
Tel: 020 7001 9844
Entry Charges: Admission Free: Charge for Exhibitions
The famous London stone and the mysteries that lie behind it can now be seen at the War, Plague and Fire Gallery. The stone has been in London for thousands of years with many claiming its of high historical significance. Removed from Cannon street for a temporary time, see this magnificent stone and uncover your own truth and story as to why its so important to the city's culture and history.BFREEd◄ 2
- 2 x Adult: Free
- 0 x Child: Free
- 0 x OAP: Free