The Museum of Garden History is the ideal place for garden enthusiasts to explore the history of plants and shrubs, famous ... More
Museum of Garden History (The)
The Museum of Garden History is the ideal place for garden enthusiasts to explore the history of plants and shrubs, famous gardeners and plant hunters, major British and world gardens, and all other things horticultural. The museum's churchyard contains a re-creation of a historic knot garden and the graves of many famous people, including six Archbishops and John Smith (of Pocahontas fame). The museum has a coffee shop, and a gift shop selling a range of souvenirs and books. There is a public car park within walking distance, with unrestricted parking at weekends and in the evenings.
The Geffrye Museum of the Home explores the history of interior design, architecture and decoration. Each room is set in
a different period so, as you stroll through the museum, you can experience the development of interior design through ...
Fire Brigade Museum is home to one of the most comprehensive collections of fire fighting equipment and memorabilia in existence.
The Fire Brigade Museum aims to chart the history of the fire brigade from the Great Fire of London ...
The Jewish Museum celebrates Jewish culture and life in Britain and worldwide. People of all faiths can enjoy the exhibitions
tracing the origins, history, art and contemporary aspects of Judaism. The history gallery, ceremonial art gallery, audio visual educational ...