been there with my whole family, we really liked and appreciated what's inside of the museum of london.
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The history of London thru time, fascinating ... a delightful small museum that most tourists probably ignore. I will admit that I enjoyed not being in a crush of people however it really is worth a visit. AND you are able to see an actual...More
Be aware that this museum has several sites and that the displays on offer are at different locations. We wandered around looking for the Crossrail exhibits to be told they are at the Docklands site. This museum shows the history of London in tableaux of...More
We only spent an hour here and wish we had more time. This museum will take you thru all the different ages of London. Very informative and kept the kids attention.
I only had about 30 min to visit this museum. I went straight to the Roman exhibit (pointed there by a very helpful staff member when I came in) and found it informative and well done. 'can't wait to go back again!
Although we had visited London many times this was the first time that we visited this free museum. The museum is very modern and very well laid out with exhibits to interest adults and children leading you through the history of London from prehistoric to...More
Really enjoyed this museum with lots of interactive and very interesting exhibits! I would recommend going on one of the free tours to really make the most of your visit.
The museum's collection and displays are extensive. They do a nice job of balancing incredible ancient artifacts with more modern approaches to education, including short films about several topics (the plague, the great fire) and interactive computer activities. We arrived mid-afternoon, having already had a...More
We had this on our list of things to do if we had time. Way down on our list. It would have been a mistake to miss this wonderful historic museum. London has a non royal history all of its own. The artifacts and collections...More
As a lover of London and its history I keep returning to the MOL, finding each time some new detail I hadn't noticed before. For the casual visitor the displays are well laid out and highly informative. Outside, be sure to visit the section of...More