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The Horniman Museum is an inspiring, surprising attraction in South London’s Forest Hill.
Trafalgar Day is the celebration of the victory won by the Royal Navy, commanded by Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson, over the combined French and Spanish fleets at the Battle of Trafalgar on 21 October 1805.
Leighton House Museum is a beautiful ornate house on Holland Park Road, is the former home of the Victorian artist Frederic, Lord Leighton (1830-1896).
The Soane Museum is the extraordinary house of Sir John Soane, one of the greatest English architects, who built and lived in it more than a century and a half ago.
In the year Napoleon opened his campaign in Egypt, Thomas Rule promised his despairing family that he would say goodbye to his wayward past and settle down. No sooner said than he opened an oyster bar in Convent Garden. To the surprise and disbelief of his family, his enterprise proved to be not only successful but lasting.
At Lord’s Cricket Ground is the MCC Cricket Museum which is the worlds oldest sporting museum and is the permanent home of the original Ashes urn.
The Phoenix cinema is believed to be the oldest purpose-built cinema in the U.K. dating back to 1910.
Situated on Regents Canal, in an old ice cream warehouse is the Canal Museum.
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