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Clink Prison Museum
Clink Prison Museum

Clink Prison Museum, 1 Clink Street, London, SE1 9DG

Site and history of the notorious prison in use from the 12th century to 1780Read more

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City of London Police Museum
City of London Police Museum

City of London Police Museum, 2 Aldermanbury, London, EC2V 7HH

Uniforms, Victorian-era police equipment, communications devices, famous murders, WWII displayRead more

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Jack the Ripper Museum
Jack the Ripper Museum

Jack the Ripper Museum, 12 Cable Street, London, E1 8JG

History of the East London in the 1880s, providing a serious examination of the crimes of Jack the Ripper within the...Read more

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Blue Plaques in London

Henry Stringer Blue Plaque - Henry Stringer Tailor traded here 1884-1903 Bloomsbury Festival 2013
Claude Duval, Flora Tea Gardens And Skittle Alley, And The Swan, London Black Plaque - The Swan is the last relic of Flora Tea Gardens and Skittle Alley and stood on this site for over 300 years. The first documented evidence of a licensed Inn keeper is on a licensed victualler list for 1721. As a coaching Inn it is reputed to have been the final drinking place for victims of the gibbet of Tyburn Gallows which we now know as Marble Arch. Claude Duval the famous highwayman who was very active on the London to Edinburgh Road is alleged to have had his final drink here before being h
Samuel Johnson Brown Plaque - Dr. Samuel Johnson author lived here b. 1709 d. 1784
Mortimer Wheeler Blue Plaque - Sir Mortimer Wheeler 1890-1976 archaeologist lived here
Rosalind Franklin Blue Plaque - Rosalind Franklin 1920-1958 pioneer of the study of molecular structures including DNA lived here 1951-1958
Robert Walpole And Horace Walpole Blue Plaque - Sir Robert Walpole 1676-1745 Prime Minister and his son Horace Walpole 1717-1797 connoisseur and man of letters lived here

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