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      8.3
      12-13 New Wharf Rd., London
      History Museum
      • London Canal Museum

        London Canal Museum • August 28, 2013If you are coming to see #superposition, be sure to book in advance, especially if you are coming on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon. Don't be disappointed, be booked. http://sp.lcm.me.uk

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    • 2.
      8.6
      96 Euston Road (The British Library), London
      Museum
      • Karin D.

        Karin D. • January 29Escritos Originais dos grandes músicos, pintores, textos sagrados datados desde o 4° século...a carta Magna....simplesmente maravilhoso.

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    • 3.
      8.7
      48 Doughty St, London
      History Museum
      • daniel

        daniel • November 28, 2013They offer gluten free cakes at their cafe in the back of the house.

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    • 4.
      9.2
      183 Euston Rd (Gordon St), London
      Science Museum££££
      • Jessica A.

        Jessica A. • October 4, 2016The new Bedlam exhibition is great interesting mix of old and new. Must see!

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    • 5.
      8.1
      40 Brunswick Sq, Bloomsbury
      History MuseumView Prices
      • Bess

        Bess • May 26, 2012Eat in the Coram Cafe right next store--the food is amazing!

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    • 6.
      8.7
      21 University St (Gower St), London
      Science Museum
      • Mark A.

        Mark A. • November 22, 2015Love this little museum tucked away near UCL

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    • 7.
      8.2
      Freeling House, Phoenix Place, London
      Museum
      • Charles C.

        Charles C. • May 24, 2012They can't find my post !

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    • 8.
      7.2
      39a Canonbury Sq., Highbury
      Art MuseumView Prices
      • Shannon

        Shannon • January 22, 2011Cafe has best food. Good place for quiet lunch of yummy Italian favourites.

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    • 9.
      9.5
      Great Russell St (btwn Montague & Bloomsbury), London
      History Museum££££
      • Samir G.

        Samir G. • March 23Beautiful building and quite the coffee & dessert assortment

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    • 10.
      7.8
      12 Stephenson Way, London
      Museum
      • Jack B.

        Jack B. • October 11, 2010On walking in, announce your arrival with a loud "abracadabra" or "huzzah" - these magicians go nuts for that stuff.

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    • 11.
      8.7
      History Museum
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    • 12.
      9.1
      13 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London
      History Museum
      • Mikey A.

        Mikey A. • June 26, 2014Absolutely incredible place with a wonderful eclectic mix of antiquities - not your usual museum experience must see and it's FREE!!!

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    • 13.
      7.9
      Great Russell St, Bloomsbury
      History Museum
      • Chris H.

        Chris H. • February 21, 2015Access via West staircase, then up to Level 1. Go upstairs with your coffee. More comfortable and quieter. Free Wi Fi and shorter queues for the cafe and toilets.

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    • 14.
      8.5
      35-43 Lincoln's Inn Fields (Kingsway), London
      Museum££££
      • Richard G.

        Richard G. • October 28, 2010Recommended: Not for the faint hearted, this two-floor museum offers both a brilliantly intellectual and educational experience - with everything from bones to pickled guts. Yum yum!

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    • 15.
      7.2
      129 Albert St, London
      Museum
      • David M.

        David M. • April 13, 2010Fantastic museum! Just re-opened after a £10 million re-development. Especially good for kids with lots of interactive features. Focus on the immigrant experiance makes it relevant for all Londoners!

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    • 16.
      7.7
      London
      Museum
      • Alexandre C.

        Alexandre C. • October 18, 2015Very spacious! Centre of the museum! It's the location of the museum shops and info booth ;)

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    • 17.
      7.3
      Malet Pl (Gower St), London
      History Museum
      • Time Out London

        Time Out London • March 27, 2012With its 80,000 exhibits, the Petrie (pronounced pee-tree) is bursting at its seams with items from the Nile valley dating back 5,000 years.

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    • 18.
      7.5
      26 Store St (Alfred Pl), Bloomsbury
      Museum
      • Londonist

        Londonist • May 2, 2010Worth going for the giant model of London alone. But you'll pop back time and again for the informative and regularly changing architectural exhibitions. Free, friendly and informative.

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    • 19.
      7.4
      London
      History Museum
      • Alexandre C.

        Alexandre C. • April 24, 2016Busts and loads of books! The gallery is splendid

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    • 20.
      7.2
      St John's Ln. (at St John's Gate), London
      History Museum
      • Sam D.

        Sam D. • December 8, 2010Really nice newly opened museum in medieval buildings. A little hidden gem in the heart of Clerkenwell.

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    • 21.
      7.1
      10 Thornaugh St (Russel Sq), London
      Art Museum
      • Chris R.

        Chris R. • March 1, 2015"hidden" Japanese Roof Garden, great gallery... if exhibitions are curated well.

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    • 22.
      7.9
      75 Drayton Park, Islington
      Apparel
      • Hubert H.

        Hubert H. • March 14, 2015They could have more accessories but great overall

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    • 23.
      7.8
      183 Euston Road, London
      Library
      • Kevan D.

        Kevan D. • July 12, 2015A great, quiet space to sit and read the Wellcome's books; everything from pop science to untranslated copies of mediaeval French medical textbooks from the archives. A few mediocre boardgames too.

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    • 24.
      7.0
      17 Gough Sq (at W Harding St), London
      History Museum
      • Time Out London

        Time Out London • March 27, 2012Although the museum takes up all four floors of the house in which Johnson wrote his 'Dictionary', it’s the atmosphere that intrigues here.

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    • 25.
      8.1
      60 Great Queen St., London
      Building
      • Ann G.

        Ann G. • August 24, 2011Well worth doing the tour here (open weekdays) for a proper bit of unseen London. The decor is amazing and the history fascinating.

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