Museum of London
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We tell the story of the world's greatest city and its people.
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See how the city of London has evolved from empty land in pre-Roman times to the busy city it is today. Free.
This museum is great if you would like to learn more about the history of London and the incredibly stories that have come from such an old city.
Fabulous FREE Museum in the City on the site of the Roman Wall about Londons History and the people who have lived here...Barbican Station less than 30 mins away
Artifacts and interactives chronicle London's turbulent history from pre-Roman to modern times.
This museum is to know all the stages of London and it is a spectacle that is worth visiting. It is free and perfect to see as a family. It is only 13 minutes walking
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