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★★★★★

“Finding the museum was quite easy, because there are...”

Written on: 28/07/2008

Finding the museum was quite easy, because there are plenty of signs which describe the way. But then there were thousands of entrances which was confusing. We were stunned! Fortunately a very nice British man came along and offered his help. He told us to just take the escalator (which wasn't working) and then we would find the museum! We finally found it!

When we saw the main entrance something caught our eye! It was a beautiful pink polka-dot bench, which looked like it was made for the Queen! As we went inside there were tables and comfortable chairs for every family member to relax and take a break. The entrance was free, but therefore the cafeteria was a bit more expensive than usual. What was amazing in the cafe were the shelves with newspapers on them, which we have never seen in a museum before!

The museum is constructed in chronological sections so you just can't miss a thing! Everything was beautifully decorated and had sound- and light effects so you felt like you were living in the past.
The Tour guide was free of charge and both amazing and interesting. For example did you know that the museum of London has the only collection of womens' dresses for dancing from the Roman empire? We bet you didn't know! But unfortunately you couldn't see everything because there were so many visitors. The tour guide was great because she talked clearly, loudly and extremely enthusiastically. You can see that she loves her job!

We hope you will visit the museum of London one day!