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Royal Society of Arts
Royal Society of Arts

8 John Adam Street, London, WC2N 6EZ

0.6km

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The Cartoon Museum
Cartoon Museum

The Cartoon Museum, 35 Little Russell Street, London, WC1A 2HH

0.86km

Political cartoons, comic strips and comic booksRead more

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Sir John Soane's Museum
Sir John Soane's Museum

Sir John Soane's Museum, 13 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, WC2A 3BP

1.06km

Fine art, architecture, antiquities, sculptureRead more

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Guildhall Art Gallery
Guildhall Art Gallery

Guildhall Art Gallery, Guildhall Yard, London, EC2V 5AE

2km

Located in the Guildhall, collection includes art and cultural artefacts about London, Victorian-era works, remains...Read more

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Blue Plaques in London

Blue Plaque № 43801 - David Bailey CBE Born January 1938 The celebrated artist and photographer was born in this house and lived here until 1941 before bomb damage to the adjacent site caused the family to move to East Ham
Priory Of The Blackfriars Blue Plaque - Site of the Priory of the Blackfriars founded 1278
Grey Plaque № 5402 - Fairfield Works, Fairfield Road. The scene of the Match Girls Strike of 1888. Here Bryant and May manufactured matches from 1861 to 1979.
Druid Street Arch Bombing Blue Plaque - Druid Street Arch Bombing. On October 25 1940 a bomb fell through the Railway Arch killing 77 people sheltering from the air raid
Helene Hanff And Marks & Co. Bronze Plaque - 84 Charing Cross Road. The booksellers Marks & Co. were on this site which became world renowned through the book by Helen Hanff.
Terracotta Plaque № 10001 - Elliott Hall. Elliott Hall, the assembly hall of the Royal Commercial Travellers School (1885-1967), was designed by H. O. Cresswell, opened in 1905, and named after a successful former pupil. Harrow College of Further Education was here 1967-1987, followed by the Harrow Arts Centre.

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