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  1. The permanent collection of art includes sculptures and paintings.Similar
  2. Battersea Park - 0 Miles (7.7)
    A 200 acre (0.83 km) green space in Battersea. In 1951 the park was transformed into the "Festival …Similar
  3. Ironmonger Row Baths - 0 Miles (7.0)
    The main pool is 30 metre, 1.05m to 3.6m deep. There is also a shallow pool.Similar
  4. British Museum - 0 Miles
    Housed in one of Britain's architectural landmarks, the collection spans two million years of human…Similar
  5. Clockmakers Museum - 0 Miles (8.2)
    The museum tells the story of clock and watchmaking in London from 16th century to the present day …Similar
  6. Tiller Leisure Centre - 0 Miles (7.9)
    A 25 metre indoor swimming pool.Similar
  7. Resource for all aspects of the history of the British postal system. Exhibitions on display in the…Similar
  8. A typical Georgian terraced house which was Charles Dickens' home from April 1837 to December 1839.…Similar
  9. Dulwich Picture Gallery - 0 Miles (6.6)
    Gallery houses a small but select collection of European old master paintings mostly of the 1600s a…Similar
  10. Islington Museum - 0 Miles
    A gallery about Islington's history, with nine themes, ranging from wartime to leisure and childhoo…Similar
  11. Displays the world-changing science that's happened at the RI since 1799 including instruments that…Similar
  12. A full range of farm animals including pigs, cows, goats, Sheep, ducks, geese, chicks, ferrets, rab…Similar
  13. Building Centre - 0 Miles
    Main Gallery has a 1:1500 scale model of the central area of London which is the centerpiece of the…Similar
  14. Soseki Museum - 0 Miles
    Home to Soseki Natsume, a Japanese novelist between 1900 to 1902.Similar
  15. Apsley House, home of the first Duke of Wellington and his descendants, stands right in the heart o…Similar
  16. Foundling Museum - 0 Miles
    Museum tells the story of the Foundling Hospital, London's first home for abandoned children and of…Similar
  17. The Handel House Museum was home to the baroque composer George Frideric Handel from 1723 until his…Similar
  18. Collections of toys include board games, optical, mechanical and construction toys, English tin toy…Similar
  19. Reveals the history of London as a port through stories of trade, migration and commerce. Shown by …Similar
  20. A living museum in the heart of Horse Guards, Whitehall, London. Unique behind-the-scenes look at t…Similar
  21. Geffrye Museum - 0 Miles (7.2)
    The museum is devoted to British furniture, textiles, paintings and decorative arts. It shows the c…Similar
  22. Grant Museum of Zoology - 0 Miles (7.2)
    There are lots of glass models including jellyfish, sea anemones, gastropods, sea cucumbers and cep…Similar
  23. A collection of childhood-related object dating back to the 16th century, it represents the diversi…Similar
  24. The museum features a reconstructed Victorian classroom, and a typical East End kitchen from 1900. …Similar
  25. Island History Trust - 0 Miles (2.1)
    In the collection are photographs, recorded interviews with elderly Islanders, and a number of peop…Similar
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