DAYS OUT: Museum of London – Victorian Walk

Last weekend Roo and I managed to escape down to London with either Tigger or Mr Boo… a cheeky girlie day out!  In the afternoon we were headed to the Tesco Toy Team filming, however as we had grabbed an earlier train we managed to squeeze in a trip to the Museum of London.

Museum of London

Heading to the Museum of London was nice and easy, sandwiched between Barbican and St Paul’s tube stations.  With free admission throughout the year (only closing 24-26 December) it makes an interesting day out whether you decide to take the children or not.

With 9 permanent galleries to walk, explore and learn more about the wonderful city of London in…

  • London Before London
  • Roman London
  • Medieval London
  • War, Plague & Fire
  • Expanding City: 1666-1850s
  • People’s City: 1850s-1940s
  • World City: 1950s-today
  • The City Gallery
  • The Sackler Hall
Personally Roo and I loved the Victorian Walk within the People’s City section, taking you on a walk around a Victorian town with an array of different shops to see and visit.
So please take a little tour around the Victorian Walk with us (photo heavy)…
Museum of London - Victorian Times

Museum of London - Pub

Museum of London - Tailors

Museum of London - Grocer
Museum of London - Bakers Cart

Museum of London - Public Urinal

Museum of London - Post Box

Museum of London - Coffee Grinder

Museum of London - Penny Farthing Bicycle
So for a free day out in London why not pop into the Museum of London and see what you can discover.
Boo xxx
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