Benjamin Franklin House
In the heart of London, just steps from famed Trafalgar Square, is Benjamin Franklin House, the world's only remaining Franklin home. For nearly sixteen years between 1757 and 1775, Dr Benjamin Franklin - scientist, diplomat, philosopher, inventor, Founding Father of the United States and more - lived behind its doors.
Benjamin Franklin House, built circa 1730, is now open to the public as a dynamic museum and educational facility.
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Fashion and Textile Museum
The Fashion & Textile Museum (FTM) lies at the heart of the fashion quarter of London's artistic Bermondsey Village. A remarkable building designed by Mexican architect, Ricardo Legoretta, the FTM is now a part of Newham College and is being redeveloped as an up to the minute education, exhibition and visitor centre for contemporary fashion, textiles and jewellery.
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Museum of London
Step inside Museum of London for an unforgettable journey through the capitalís turbulent past. The Museum is currently undergoing a major redevelopment, transforming the way it tells Londonís story from 1666 to the present day. The new modern London galleries will open in early 2010 but until then visitors can still enjoy our prehistoric, Roman and medieval London galleries, as well as events and exhibitions for all ages including Londonís Burning, a special exhibition which explores the Great Fire of London. FREE entry.
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The Science Museum
Welcome to the science museum. The science museum's web site offers information on the history of science, industry and medicine and how their impact on our lives. online exhibitions, view the collections, special events and information for visitors.
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The British Museum
Welcome to the british museum. The british museum has outstanding collections that cover world cultures from prehistory to the present day. visit our website for information about the galleries, collections, special exhibitions and events. view the collections and take online tours.
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The Horniman Museum and Gardens
Horniman museum. The horniman museum is a free, family friendly museum with exhibits from around the world to delight adults and children alike. it has nationally and internationally important collections which cover musical instruments, anthropology (world cultures) and natural history. the museum also incorporates extensive gardens, an aquarium, an animal enclosure and a research library.
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