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Written on: 07/06/2013 by TorbenLind (3 reviews written)
Excellent site for those who have a great taste in art and antiques, the best thing is that its free, so can't be better… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/08/2012 by djaja (3 reviews written)
it is the museum where I take every friends that comes to visit. I've been there 5 times now and I think I will never get bored of it. every time I find something new to be fascinated and about which I want to discover more after!… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/10/2008
The Museum of London is a great place for people who love museums but are blessed with an attention deficit and get easily bored when one room looks like another. I am one of these people, and I highly recommend this museum to you. It is a small museum but it is worth it. You can reach it very easily by tube and will be amazed by the surroundings of the museum. It is so different from the centre of the city.
Though, like the world outside, nothing is perfect. If you are not a polar bear or… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/09/2008 by Yuko Seyama (1 review written)
Displays start form "London before London". You can touch some of the exhibits like flint handaxes by yourselves. Various ancient tools and relics are displayed. A reconstructed 5000-year-old Shepperton Woman will surely attract your attention.
You'll be conscious of time passing. Next is "the Roman Gallery". The history of Roman Britain is shown not only with text but also with a bird's eye view of an ancient city and reconstructions of the Roman style of living. You'll enjoy a Roman life… Read Full Review
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… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/07/2008 by Filiz (1 review written)
Finding the Museum of London 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… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/07/2008 by sasch90 (1 review written)
The Museum of London is something you should do if you are in London. It doesn't look very interesting from outside, but it looks really nice if you are inside. At the entrance there is an information desk where you can get a lot of brochures. The walking tour is well planned and delivered. The routes for the areas are clearly mapped out and marked.
The best part was the guided tour through the Roman period area, which was very interesting and where you can ask some questions. It lasted three… Read Full Review
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Written by JoelYoun
" Brilliant day out " Read More
" The interactive area very interesting " Read More
Written by NavinK
" ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC!! " Read More
Written by rockstar74