The Museum of London is dedicated to showcasing the history and progress of London from the prehistoric days till present, therefore, has an element of both history and social in it. This museum, created by an act of parliament, was opened in 1976 and is the largest urban-history museum in the world.
A bit of background
The museum brought together two other museums; the Guildhall Museum and the London Museum. The museum is located at the junction of London Wall and Aldersgate Street in the Barbican district and opens daily from 10 in the morning till 6 in the evening.
Numerous 4-star hotels in central London are within close range to the museum. If you plan on spending a lot of time at the museum, then a hotel such as Dorsett City London is only 6 minutes away by vehicle. You can also get to the museum by tube and take a short walk to your destination or else hail a cab.
If you ever get a little hungry and want to grab a bite before continuing the rest of your museum visit, 2 cafes and one family-friendly restaurant are at your service! Free Wi-Fi, a lunchroom to eat your own packed lunch, shops to grab a souvenir and lockers are some of the other facilities.
The museum facilitates differently abled people, with separate washrooms. The museum is completely accessible to wheelchair users and the galleries also include braille panels, touch objects and induction loops.
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