Locations in the category : Museums and libraries

Museum of Rugby

The Museum of Rugby is a museum concerned with the sport of rugby union (as opposed to the separate sport of rugby league) located at the home of the England national rugby union team, Twickenham Stadium in West London,...

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The Cinema Museum

The Cinema Museum is a charitable organisation founded in 1986. The content of The Cinema Museum ranges from items relating to film production to film exhibition and the experience of cinema going. It represents cinema’s rich history from the...

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The Museum in Docklands

The Museum in Dockland’s mission is to inspire a passion for London by communicating London’s history, archaeology and contemporary cultures to a wider world, reaching all of London’s communities through playing a role in the debate about London and...

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London Transport Museum

The main museum is located in the Covent Garden in central London, in a large building built in 1872 and formerly used as part of the Covent Garden Flower Market. The museum has on display many examples of buses,...

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The Foundling Museum

The Foundling Museum tells the story of London’s first home for abandoned children, the Foundling Hospital, and chronicles the lives of the children through a fascinating social history exhibition. The museum also contains the hospital’s collection of eighteenth-century art...

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London Motorcycle Museum

The LMM – London’s only motorcycle museum – is the capital’s friendly focus for Britain’s biking history and heritage. LMM motorcycles were proud participants at the late Queen Mother’s 100th Birthday Parade; appeared as part of the 50-strong classic...

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London Canal Museum

London Canal Museum is situated in the King’s Cross area of London, England, beside Battlebridge Basin on the Regent’s Canal. The museum was opened in 1992. The building was constructed around 1860 as a warehouse for ice imported from...

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The Jewish Museum (Camden)

The Jewish Museum in the Camden Town district on the northern fringes of central London, England is one of two Jewish museums in London. It was founded in 1932 and was initially based in the Jewish communal headquarters in...

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Wandsworth Museum

Discover the story of Wandsworth from prehistoric times to the present day; how Battersea, Balham, Putney, Earlsfield, Roehampton, Wandsworth and Southfields grew from country villages to London’s biggest borough. Find out about a woolly rhino from Battersea’s ice age,...

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St Bride Library

St Bride Library was opened in 1895. The library boasts a rare edition of Dr Johnson’s Dictionary and letters Charles Dickens wrote to his printer. It was both a technical library and printing school; the school eventually moved out...

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