The Museum in Docklands documents the history of London's river and port, from the Roman settlement of the port to its ... More
Museum of London Docklands
The Museum in Docklands documents the history of London's river and port, from the Roman settlement of the port to its recent regeneration. It is located in a 19th-century warehouse at West India Quay, which was originally used to house exotic spices, rum and cotton. It now holds various objects, from whale bones to World War II gas masks. The museum has 12 state-of-the-art galleries including 'Mudlarks', an interactive educational area for children and 'Sailor Town' a re-creation of the streets and alleyways of riverside Wapping. Remember to check out the museum bar and restaurant.
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 ...
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 ...
Once the home of the Bishop of London and situated in the picturesque Bishop's Park , the Museum building based
in an early 19th century part of Fulham Palace has a Tudor courtyard, herb garden, and beautiful grounds. There ...